Webinar Agenda

A new era of cyber warfare has begun: hardware vulnerabilities and attack variants are growing in sophistication and numbers, elevating security and business risk. Reliance on aging servers running a Windows Server 2008 generation OS is no longer a viable option. The era of hardware attacks is emerging and EoS of Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 is less than a year away. As a result, the status quo is just too risky and hampers your company’s ability to effectively compete in a digitally intensive world. Modernization of server and server OS is overdue. Cyber threats are relentless, adaptive, industrialized, and accelerating their pace of innovation.

Join this complimentary Webinar and hear directly from experts Michael Suby, Vice President of Research at Frost & Sullivan, Bob Moore, Director of Server Software & Product Security with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Jason Lamb Cloud / Software Defined Infrastructure Technology Solutions Specialist at Intel and Ryan Puffer, Program Manager – Virtualization Security with Microsoft.
Find out how you can protect your business from these threats without adding operational overhead, requiring new levels of cyber talent, or constraining your agility in a hyper-converged world.


Register for this Webinar and discover:
  • How cyber risks will intensify if your organization remains on aging servers running Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2
  • Why migration to the cloud isn’t always the best alternative to continuing with on-premises servers
  • Best practices to building compliant servers 
  • Ways to combat and protect your organization from cyber threats 
  • The features to prioritize in your server modernization strategy
Listen in on the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with actionable strategies for your own organization.

Featured Panel:
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Michael Suby
Vice President of Research
Frost & Sullivan
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Bob Moore
Director of Server Software & Product Security
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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Jason Lamb
Cloud / Software Defined Infrastructure Technology Solutions Specialist
Intel
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Ryan Puffer
Program Manager – Virtualization Security
Microsoft


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