In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft has announced the end of life for Windows Server 2003 is July 14, 2015. That means as of July 14, 2015 you can no longer get Extended Support for WS2003.
What does this mean?
By continuing running your servers on Windows 2003 it means:
Do you have a plan in place to protect yourself? Here at Storm Technologies we have been working alongside various private and public sector companies to ensure their IT infrastructure stays compliant.
We use the following 4 steps to help you move to the latest Microsoft technology:
1. Discover – analyze your IT Infrastructure and discover which applications and workloads are running on WS2003
2. Assess – we work with you to categories your applications and workloads by importance and complexity
3. Target - together we look at the options open to you for moving your applications to a secure environment
4. Migrate – We then build your plan and start migrating.
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