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Windows Server Migration When to make the move

Whether your motivation is security or cost, it makes sense to move to the cloud

7th June, 2015
Michael McGrath, Western Europe, Services Sales Manager at Dell

If there is a phrase guaranteed to send a shiver down the spine of network admins everywhere, it’s undoubtedly ‘server migration’.

Making major system changes always carries with it the risk of disaster, but as the products and services available to Irish companies improve, it’s a foolish business that doesn’t occasionally see if there are better ways of doing things.

And when it comes to server technology,...

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