Request a migration plan to help ensure a smooth transition and minimize downtime
Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003/R2 on July 14, 2015. It's important to understand the drastic impact this could have on your business and start planning your migration as soon as possible to ensure a smooth transition and minimize downtime.
The biggest concern when an operating system reaches end of support is the discontinuation of security patches. This leaves your physical and virtualized Windows 2003 servers at risk. End of support also results in compliance issues, no support for third party applications, and increased costs for maintaining aging hardware. To learn more about how Windows Server 2003 end of support affects your business, read our blog post.
What migration options should I consider?
Not sure which option is best for your business? We can help. Submit this form to request a customized migration plan.