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Windows Server 2003 Support Ends Soon!

Windows Server 2003 Support Ends Soon!

March 09, 2015 |

End of life support for Windows Server 2003 is rapidly approaching!

Question: What does end of support mean?

Answer:  End of support for Windows Server 2003 means:

  • No updates - 37 critical updates were released in 2013 for Windows Server 2003/R2 under Extended Support.  No updates will be developed or released after end of support.
  • No compliance - Lack of compliance with various standards and regulations can be devastating. This may include various regulatory and industry standards for which compliance can no longer be achieved.
  • No applications support - Many applications will also cease to be supported, once the operating system they are running on is unsupported.  This includes all Microsoft applications.

Question: What changes when you migrate to Windows Server 2012?

Answer: Everything changes - with the architectural changes in 32 bit to 64 bit technology.

As you migrate your IT infrastructure to Windows Server 2012, you benefit from reduced cost of ownership through the improvement of management of resources, better security, high scalability, improved performance, increased functionality, in-box virtualization and cloud support, improved manageability and on-going product support.

With the average Windows Server taking over 200 days to migrate, now is the time to act and start planning for your migration.

Call us today to plan your migration. 757.216.3671

 

We'll take care of every detail.

Even if you don't know exactly what you need, our experts make it easy to talk about your project and work out the requirements. We'll quickly help frame it up and add some structure so it can be properly estimated and ultimately developed and delivered.