Tag Archives: Microsoft

Server 2008 End-of-Life
Is End-of-Life as bad as it sounds? You may consider acting as if it is. In technology terms End-of-Life, or EoL, signals the end of a product's support cycle. EoL - not to be confused with End-of-Sale - is when all of the work on your products upkeep stops. Most of us have run a Windows...
The Truth About Software Updates
  When contemplating updates to your business software, the motivation can vary greatly between vendors and applications. It is important to understand the reasons for updating software. From our perspective, updates are driven by need and performance. Updates are typically designed to patch vulnerabilities, improve functionality, and/or implement bug fixes. Unfortunately, there are other instances where...