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By Damon Yee, Sun/Oracle Specialist & Subject Matter Expert In recent years, Oracle hasn’t formally published future (planned) End of Life or End of Service Life dates. Instead, we often learn about an EoL date the month it happens, which is unfortunate for Oracle’s clients who may be caught by surprise, and thereby forced to […]

By Mark Havens, VP, Sales & Marketing, SSCS If you’re growing weary of tracking EoSL dates for your owned hardware assets, and doing so from individual OEM websites, you should know there’s a much easier solution – without the burdensome digging. Several independent support companies have EoL tracking details at their website, including SSCS.  There […]

By John Kolkmeier, Director, Global Service Delivery, SSCS Overwhelmed with tracking which assets are approaching EoL (End of Life) or EoSL (End of Service Life)? Several independent hardware support companies already track this data for you and do so much more logically than what is provided by the OEM. Several independent support companies have EoL […]

By John Kolkmeier, Director, Global Service Delivery, SSCS Tired of tracking which assets are approaching EoL (End of Life) or EoSL (End of Service Life)? Yeah, ITAM best practices can be burdensome to teams with limited staffing resources. Know that several hardware support providers already track this data for you and provide the information much […]

By Mark Havens, VP, Sales & Marketing, SSCS Although it can be burdensome to continually track which assets are approaching EoL (End of Life) or EoSL (End of Service Life), several independent hardware support companies will actually track this data for you. Several have resources at their website, organized by OEM.   Since there are several […]

By Joe Rankin, Cisco Specialist & Subject Matter Expert If your team is interested in reducing Operating Expenses, but is not yet tracking EoS or EoSM dates for each asset, the following chart should be helpful. As a reminder, forced upgrades are not always necessary when your networking hardware is productive and stable. Your environment’s […]