Windows Server 2003 end of life could mean the start of new opportunities, but plan now
MICROSOFT DYNAMICS COMMUNITY NEWS |
Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003/R2 on July 14, 2015. End of support for Windows Server 2003/R2 can have a dramatic impact on your business. How will this change impact overall business?
- Microsoft will no longer develop or release any updates after ending support.
- After support ends, your organization will likely fail to meet most industry-wide compliance standards and regulations.
- The costs of maintaining legacy servers can add up quickly.
- Without continued support from Microsoft, your virtualized and physical instances of Windows Server 2003/R2 will not pass a compliance audit.
Learn how we can work with you to understand the impact of Server 2003 end of life from a security, regulatory and cost perspective. We’ll help you take a step back, review your internal labor support, mitigation costs and your risks.