We are pleased to announce that Microsoft has officially released Windows Server 2016. This means we can offer our customers a Windows 10-like desktop experience. We have been busy testing the new operating system over the past couple of weeks and are pleased with the results.
We have started replacing our existing Windows 2012 R2 Servers with Windows Server 2016. This is all part of our pledge to keep our infrastructure systems up-to-date. By doing so, we reduce the surface area for attack by malicious users. This also means we have the latest technology protecting our customers.
Also, we are starting to upgrade our software monitoring and patching systems with the latest System Center software by Microsoft, also released at the same time as Windows Server 2016.