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5 Security Risks Of Sticking With Windows Server 2003

Those who are sticking With Windows Server 2003 after July 14 are rolling the dice, according to security experts. Here are five risks companies will face by not migrating.

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It's The Final Countdown

As the days count down to the end-of-support date for Windows Server 2003, those who don't migrate in time will face significant security risks, vendors and VARs agree. Those initial security risks can snowball into bigger issues around compliance and competition that could cause fines and revenue hits down the road. With a migration process that can take months, security experts recommended starting sooner rather than later to move systems off of Server 2003 to minimize the risk. For those who decide to stick with Server 2003, take a look at five risks they will face after July 14.

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