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SQL Server 2008 RTM Support Ends April 13, 2010

Monday Jan 11th 2010 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Customers leveraging older releases of Microsoft’s data platform should be aware of imminent end of support deadlines and act accordingly by upgrading their IT infrastructure to the latest versions of SQL Server.

[From Softpedia]

Customers leveraging older releases of Microsoft’s data platform should be aware of imminent end of support deadlines and act accordingly by upgrading their IT infrastructure to the latest versions of SQL Server. Companies still running SQL Server 2008 RTM now have just three months to make the jump to the most recent release, namely Service Pack 1. At the same time, business users that haven’t upgraded to SQL Server 2005 SP2, need to know that for them time has virtually ran out.

The article continues at http://news.softpedia.com/news/SQL-Server-2008-RTM-Support-Ends-April-13-2010-131724.shtml

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