Over the last year or two, your company has grown, you had to hire a few dozen more people to help you meet the new challenges, and everything seems to be perfect... except your office computer network just can't cope with this increasing load anymore. This is a very good reason for considering a computer network migration plan.
Types of Migration
The Windows server migration is a burning question for those who still use Windows Server 2003. As of July 2015, Microsoft terminates active support for Windows Server 2003, which is why going through the procedure of the web server migration to the newer version, Windows Server 2012 R2, is of vital importance and, in many cases, the only course of action. One should also consider the possibility of proper server data migration in this case, in order to minimize the risk of losing valuable business data.
An excellent option to consider is to opt for a cloud-based network and perform the network migration to the cloud, taking advantage of all the numerous benefits of this modern solution. Increased speed of communication throughout the world, almost invulnerable data storage, and often highly cost-effective terms – this type of network organization offers an impressive set of features to gain. Pick your favorite reason, and in any case our company will help you with our professional network migration services.
One of the crucial issues about server migration is that in most cases companies cannot afford a long period of obligatory idle network time caused by the information unavailability. This is where a carefully devised server migration project plan comes into play. When designed and executed properly, the migration may be performed in a live mode, so that all the applications and data necessary for the normal operation of the company offices will be available throughout the process. Who knows, maybe this will be the day your billion-dollar client is going to call, and you can't risk wasting opportunities.
In another scenario, a company's security and data safety requirements change, and the need for database migration arises. Other reasons for database migration include updating your IT equipment, moving your electronic information to a different data center, or the general server migration plan.
Whatever the reason that your company requires network or server migration, First BIT IT experts are fully prepared to put their knowledge, skills, and experience to use and come up with the most efficient and reliable options for you.