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The Case for Hosting and Never Pay for an Upgrade Again!
Everybody wants IT to just work. But the reality is your IT team’s performance is hampered by spending too much time keeping the lights on, managing software versions and daily operations. For your infrastructure to deliver maximum business value, you need to continually manage and optimise it. Moving your LMS to a hosted environment provides operators with many benefits.
For example your Gladstone system runs on SQL Server, its important to ensure that your server OS is up to date, with the latest Microsoft service packs and security enhancements. With Microsoft shortly ending support for SQL Server 2008 in July 2019 followed by Windows Server 2008 in January 2020, its a great time to consider removing the headache of managing and maintaining your IT server infrastructure in-house. Running your environment on a hosted platform also ensures you always have the correct Microsoft licensing for both your Office and Server applications.
Not only does hosting entitle you to free of charge upgrades when new releases of the Gladstone system arrive, but it also ensures that all complex IT server management is handled on your behalf. No more performance issues from that old noisy server located in the back room or someone accidentally turning it off. Is your disaster recovery, a disaster?
Have peace of mind that your system is managed and run in a 'state of the art' UK based data centre with our partner Rackspace. Your data is held in a secure and temperature controlled environment with vetted IT professionals on hand to replace failed HW in an instant. The data centre team will maintain service patches and virus protection systems in case of cyber attack, should there be a major power outage for any reason, the data centre has UPS fail over to keep the power running until normal service is resumed.
Reduce IT Staff costs
Work with the Best in Class
What does is mean for You?
Customers on the hosted platform are
75% less likely to call Support!
Source: Jonathan Christensen, Head of Customer Support, Gladstone