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10 Keys To Upgrading Windows Server 2003

What's the Windows Server 2003 migration plan for your customers? Make sure these 10 things are on your to-do list.

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Windows Server 2003 To-Do List

In less than four months the clock runs out on support for Windows Server 2003. That's when the end-of-life bogeyman is unleashed and IT admins need to start stressing about security, meeting legal and regulatory requirements, and encountering possible application failures related to running Windows Server 2003 after Microsoft stops supporting it.

The upshot to migrating off Windows Server 2003 is that there is a host of options that didn’t exist 10 years ago that can help bring new efficiencies to today’s modern workloads. Today’s options include more robust server virtualization, hosted cloud options, or a hardware refresh to something far more efficient.

For that reason, migrating can be a healthy kick in the pants to solution provider revenue and provide customers with a fresh approach to solving legacy business problems.

Here are 10 keys to migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012.

 
 
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