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Still running Windows Server 2003? For a variety of reasons, there are many companies with Windows Server 2003 still in production. What does this all mean, really? “End-of-life” means Microsoft will completely end support for Windows Server 2003 including patches and security update. And when does this happen? July 14, 2015.
Given the rate at which new security threats are introduced, it’s dangerous to run production services on a platform that has reached end-of-life. It’s also a compliance nightmare, as many clients in heavily-regulated industries will not pass audits if applications are running on unsupported operating systems.
If you are looking for some guidance around the best ways to analyze your inventory of Windows Server 2003 systems, plan to migrate, and the options you have, join us on Tuesday, December 9 at 1 p.m. CT for a webinar, Planning and Preparing for Windows Server 2003 End-of-Life.
Experts from Perficient, AppZero and Cisco will team up for the one hour session to discuss those options and paths available when moving off Windows Server 2003, including:
- Virtualization Hyper-V on Cisco UCS
- Transitioning to a cloud model – private, public and hybrid
- What AppZero can do for your migrations
- Capabilities and benefits of Windows Server 2012
To register for the webinar, click here.
Planning & Preparing for Windows Server 2003 End-of-Life
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
1:00 p.m. CT