SQL Server 2005 Extended Support Ends April

SQL Server 2005 Extended Support Ends April 2016

If you are still running SQL Server 2005 after April 12, 2016, you will no longer receive extended support. This means no security updates. Let me sat that again SQL Server 2005 Extended Support Ends this means no more?security?updates. So what are you waiting for.

SQL Server 2005 Extended Support Ends

Common excuses I hear, the DBA staff does not have the time to do it. They are constantly putting out fires instead. The application vendor we use does not support newer versions of SQL Server. Well its been 11 years. Its time to make it happen. To not upgrade now is inviting a security breach to happen.

Now is the time to upgrade to SQL Server 2014 and Azure SQL Database to achieve breakthrough performance, maintain security and compliance, and optimize your data platform infrastructure.

A lot has changed within the SQL Server database in the last 11 years. There are a lot of benefits to be gained by upgrading that go well beyond security considerations. Yes Breakthrough performance is one of them Best part we have lots of ways we can help you with the migration. At Ntirety – A Division of HOSTING we have lots of ways to help customers with the challenges they face surrounding database upgrades.


Join Rodney Landrum (Microsoft MVP) and ?Michael McCracken, HOSTING?s Director of Advanced Solutions, on March 17, 3 pm EST?as we discuss key benefits to moving to a SQL Server 2014 and key considerations to take into account when migrating your databases. What are you waiting for. Attend the webinar and get informed.?


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