Migration Services for Microsoft Windows Server 2008

Enabling an efficient transition to an optimized server environment using IBM's proven methodologies and experience

Is your server environment ready for an upgrade to better optimization leveraging the new features of Microsoft® Windows® Server® 2008 with new features like 64-bit support and built-in virtualization? IBM Migration Services for Microsoft® Windows® Server® is a three-phase solution providing assessment, planning and design, and implementation services for the major new release of the x86 Windows Server operating system. This new service provides you with the expertise needed for a successful migration while allowing your IT staff to concentrate on other business-critical tasks and projects.

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Simplifying server migration with a well-planned and well-executed rollout

With IT budgets under heightened pressure, it's crucial to optimize your computing resources, yet many organizations use only 15% of their server capacity. Power, cooling and floor space are increasingly expensive. A fragmented server environment can create tough-to-manage server sprawl and impact application availability—as well as increase Total Cost of Ownership. But effectively evaluating and upgrading your infrastructure can require resources and expertise that you might not have in house.

IBM Migration Services for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 can help you evaluate how upgrading to the latest version of the x86 Windows Server server operating system can improve your business and IT infrastructure. Experienced IBM services specialists will assess your current environment and help you decide how to best leverage the new capabilities of Microsoft Windows Server 2008. If Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is right for you—for example, if you could benefit from 64-bit support and server virtualization capabilities—they'll help you architect the new infrastructure and install the new operating system.

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