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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life

The End of Life for the Windows Server 2003 was on July 14, 2015.  It was reported that as many as 8 million licenses were still active at the time of the expiration for support. All support for Windows Server 2003 including R2 have ceased unless special paid support has been arranged with Microsoft.  Now is a good time to begin making plans to upgrade your old servers that may be running Windows Server 2003 and the applications you have running on them.

Not sure how this will impact your business? Then let us help you review your current install base and provide you with the man options available. This might be a great opportunity migrate applications to one of our Cloud Services like Microsoft Exchange, Nebula Data Online Backup, or VMware Cloud Air.

Maybe you are not ready to move to the Cloud yet and want to continue to keep your systems in house. We can help there too. As a Dell partner we can help identify the right server for your business application needs. If you have multiple servers, you may want to consider consolidating server hardware using VMware or Hyper-V. As VMware and Microsoft partners we can assist you through the process and help show you how consolidation can save your business money.

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