Taking Advantage of Modern Memory and Storage with Windows Server 2012 R2

Provided by Kingston Technology

Category Servers

Type White Paper

Length 12

Publish Date December 16 2014

Date posted June 03 2015


More than a decade on from its launch, Windows Server 2003 is still heavily deployed in many organizations, often on the same hardware it was initially installed on. After July 14, 2015, Microsoft will no longer issue critical updates for the OS, and any company still running it will not only be unsupported but will be unable to pass any kind of audit that requires the OS to be supported, which might also mean that company is vulnerable to fines and litigation. This white paper from Kingston explains how Windows Server 2012 R2 enables the maximum benefit from hardware investments, especially when considering memory and SSD storage.

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