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Working Together to Deliver Best in Class Health IT

Learn How Lenovo and PC Connection, Inc. Partner in Care

by Shannon Gauthier | Friday, February 12, 2016

For today’s healthcare organizations, there is a constant balance between providing clinicians with the right technology to access patient data and making certain that data remains secure. Lenovo and the PC Connection, Inc. family of companies understand this and have the experience to navigate the complex world of health IT.

In our latest video, This Team Is Dedicated to Healthcare, experts from PC Connection, Inc. and Lenovo discuss how they work closely as one, dedicated team to provide the right IT solutions to improve patient care. With the highly skilled healthcare Account Managers at PC Connection, Inc. and Lenovo’s best-in-class technology, we offer advanced technology, valuable health IT services, and guidance from certified experts.

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SQL Server End of Life Perspective

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by Rick Sabarese | 02.10.16

Extended support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ends April 12, 2016, but SQL Server 2016 will deliver big changes to performance enhancements.

End of the Road for SQL 2005

So Long SQL 2005

Don’t Let The Door Hit You On The Way Out

by Rick Sabarese | 02.08.16

On April 12, 2016 Microsoft will officially kill off SQL Server 2005, and while the relational database management system has had a very good run—IDC estimates 800,000 servers are still running SQL Server 2005—enough is enough already. The world has changed drastically over the last decade and Redmond’s Database Management System (DBMS) must make way for the next generation. With explosive data growth, new data types, new demands, and new threats, business as usual is not an option.

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