SQL Server 2005 support ends April 2016 – Here’s why that’s a good thing

Now’s the perfect time to deploy Microsoft SQL Server 2014. Sure, it enables faster data processing and performance, but that’s just the beginning. If ensuring business-critical performance, maintaining security and compliance, and optimizing your data infrastructure are important to you, Microsoft has the tools and resources to support your migration from SQL Server 2005.

With the help of SQL Server 2014, leading hospital Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center cut its query time from 45 to 10 seconds and can now query decades of historical data on demand with HDInsight. In addition, its IT team can implement new features without rewriting applications.

Discover the measurable difference SQL Server 2014 has made for other organizations—and can make for you too.

Read Forrester’s The Total Economic ImpactTM of Microsoft SQL Server, a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft.