Windows Server 2003 support ends July 14, 2015
Stay secure and in compliance – start migration now
What does end of support mean for you?
After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003. If your organization is still running Windows Server 2003, you need to take steps now to plan and execute a migration strategy to protect your infrastructure. By migrating to Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Azure or Office 365, you can achieve concrete benefits, including improved performance, reduced maintenance requirements, and increased agility and speed of response to the business.
Why METHOD IT?
- We determine ASAP which of your applications and workloads are running on Windows Server 2003.
- We categorize your applications and workloads by type, importance, and degree of complexity.
- We help you choose a migration destination for each application and workload, either in the datacenter or in the cloud.
- We build and execute your migration plan.
- Our Microsoft certified team of engineers has 10 years experience with Microsoft servers.
- We are partners with leading hardware providers like Dell and HP in Asia-Pacific.
- We have all the resources ready to move you to the cloud if needed.
- We offer ongoing Admin + Support in customizable packages to suit all.
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Free White Paper
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Windows Server 2003: Why You Should Get Current
Benefits of Windows Server 2012 R2
- Access the cloud from anywhere – New features like Hyper-v allow for more customization to fit business needs.
- Migration can lower cost storage and increase density.
- Enhance automation – Automate processes to increase speed and reduce errors.