Are You Using Windows Server 2012?
It’s Time to Upgrade

Integrated IT prioritizes applying the latest innovation to modernize our clients’ IT environments.

That’s why we want to ensure you know that Microsoft will no longer offer support for Windows Server 2012 as of October 10, 2023.

This means if your business currently utilizes Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft will no longer release:

  • Security updates
  • Non-security updates
  • Bug fixes
  • Technical support
  • Online technical content updates

Thankfully, you have options for replacements — plus Integrated IT to support you in the transition every step of the way!

Microsoft Azure

The Azure cloud platform has more than 200 products and cloud services, including:

  • IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service)
  • PaaS (Platform as a Service)
  • SaaS (Software as a Service)

Switching to Azure can offer…

  • A seamless transition: All you have to do is make the switch; you don’t have to worry about maintenance upgrades 
  • Cost optimization: Pay a monthly subscription fee rather than face the significant up-front costs of getting physical hardware 
  • Scalability and flexibility
  • Enhanced, continuing security
  • An optimal environment for remote work or small office spaces

We’ll help you modernize your server environment and prioritize applications while you make the transition.

On-Premise Server

Businesses can build and host their own data via on-premise servers, which they privately own and control. 

Maintaining an on-premise server can offer…

  • Compliance and regulatory control: An ideal option for businesses that must adhere to additional security requirements
  • A predictable up-front expenditure: This can help minimize costs for the software and hardware’s life (approximately 4-5 years)
  • Reliability for those who can’t trust an internet connection
  • Legacy software requirements that aren’t supported in a cloud environment

Integrated IT is here to help you keep or update your on-premise servers with the latest operating systems.

Integrated IT’s four-step support process will help you make this transition as seamless as possible.

1. Access and discover

We’ll gather accurate data from your IT environment, including real-time details and identification of cloud transition blockers.

2. Plan and decide

We’ll sit down with you to determine your top priorities and understand whether cloud-based scalability is best to help you increase your agility and improve your company’s processes.

3. Migrate

We’ll use cost analysis and tool prioritization to develop a custom roadmap to define your end-to-end cloud migration journey.

4. Optimize

Along the way, we’ll measure your progress by establishing a utilization baseline to track and achieve milestones.

Discuss your transition strategy