A new article has been posted to the TAM Retail blog by Grisel de la Torre:
With our new release of TAM Version .NET, it’s time to review all of your existing hardware specifications. Do your computers meet minimum System Requirements? I know that sometimes upgrades can be intimidating, but we must acknowledge that technology is continually evolving and ever-changing. It’s better to be prepared than to be forced to tackle such a daunting task. Preparation is key to successful upgrades.
The release of TAM Version 11 .NET is now supported for the latest and greatest versions of Windows Server (2012) and Microsoft SQL Server (2012). To download additional documentation regarding the upgrade and system requirements, please visit tamv11.com.
SQL SERVER 2000:
End of life support will end on 04/19/2013. The updates/patches will no longer be available to you and you will be at risk for any security vulnerabilities.
SQL SERVER 2005
End of life support will end on 04/12/2016. The updates/patches will no longer be available to you and you will be at risk for any security vulnerabilities.
End of life support will end on 04/28/2014. The updates/patches will no longer be available to you and you will be at risk for any security vulnerabilities.
It is inevitable that change in the technology landscape will happen; therefore, I typically recommend that you have a minimum 5 year technology plan in place. This will provide you with a road map for where you want your organization to go from a technology standpoint. With no clear view of your strategy, you may be left wondering why it’s taking so much time and money to adapt to the new technology.
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