Windows Server 2003 is Coming to an End – Plan Your Migration Now!


The end of support for Windows Server 2003 can have immense impact on your business. This means no more updates or patches from Microsoft, which can lead to a less secure and less stable server infrastructure for your organization. The question is, can you really afford the core of your business being exposed to such instability and vulnerability?

Zero Updates

As of July 14, 2015, not upgrading your Windows Server 2003 operating system means Microsoft will no longer develop or release any updates. Looking back, 37 critical updates were released in 2013 for Windows Server 2003, so imagine what impact zero updates will have on your business.

Zero Compliance


The end of Windows Server 2003 support comes paralleled with your business’s compliance issue. This could result in high transaction fees and penalties as well as losing the ability to remain competitive in today’s fast-paced business environment, where the importance of corporate image is second to none. Are you going to risk what you’ve worked so hard for?


Zero Savings


Updates and patches not only keep your server infrastructure seamless, but can also help you maintain your bottom line and cut costs. To that end, without updates and patches the maintenance costs for your aging Windows Server 2003 will likely increase. You will also most likely have to deal with added costs for a more advanced firewall, intrusion detection system and network segmentation. All of which you could avoid if you start your migration now.


Don’t Wait to Replace Your Server Operating System!


Migrating from Windows Server 2003 calls for meticulous planning and implementation. Even large enterprises are getting it wrong, so don’t wait to plan your migration! Just give us a call and one of our server migration experts will schedule your migration consultation and start the process.

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