Why Running Windows Server 2003 After July is a Bad Idea
Have you been talking to your IT services company about the end of support for Windows Server 2003? If not, it’s definitely time to start. Microsoft is set to discontinue support for the Windows Server 2003 operating system in just a few short months, and too many businesses are unprepared for the upcoming changeover. Continuing on work with the unsupported server could lead to many issues for your business and you need to be aware of what’s in store.
- Time is Running Out
There’s not a lot of time left for your business to strategize and decide upon a changeover tactic. Microsoft will be ending support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14th, 2015, and you don’t want to be unprepared because the results can do serious harm.
- Your Whole Network Will be At Risk
Unfixed security vulnerabilities and outdated software will become bigger problems if you continue using Windows Server 2003 after support ends.
- Your System is Totally Unique
When you’re preparing for a changeover, choosing an approach to lessen the risks will be dependent on your unique IT environment. You need to pay attention to your systems and make sure you’re following the right steps.
- Others Tools May Become Powerless
Third party products and applications that your business is using with Windows Server 2003 will no longer be supported. This will leave you with an even bigger issue as you’ll be stuck dealing with insufficient hardware.
- We’re Here to Help
Trust us, we’re not just telling you all this to worry you. But you need to pay attention to the deadline and ensure you’re getting ready to switch – and we’re here to help. Our team will assist your business in choosing a plan to migrate from Windows Server 2003 by assessing the risks and your unique IT environment. Don’t get stuck struggling to changeover once it’s too late.
To better understand the risks associated with the end of support for Windows Server 2003 and how your business can avoid them, contact CyberStreams.
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