Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003/R2 on July 15, 2015. Now is the time to migrate.


Starting July 15, 2015, Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003/R2 after 5 years of Extended Support.

This means that Microsoft will no longer develop or release any updates after ending support. To put this in perspective—37 critical updates were released in 2013 for Windows Server 2003/R2 under extended support. Imagine what impact zero updates will have on your infrastructure.

Moreover, maintenance costs for aging hardware will likely increase, and you will have to deal with added costs for intrusion detection systems, more advanced firewalls, and network segmentation—all simply to isolate 2003 servers.

Migrating from Windows Server 2003 is not an option — it is a necessity. Why?

  • You need the right compute for the right operating system

New infrastructure efficiencies enable you to innovate, adapt and unleash new business value.

  • Mitigate your risk with a modern infrastructure

Do not wait. The risk inherent in running legacy infrastructure and unsupported, unsecure, and non-compliant software is too great to ignore.

  • Leverage experience and expertize you can trust

The success of your migration depends largely on disciplined migration execution and  post-migration support.

You can count on Q'NET INTERNATIONAL to help you plan, design, implement, manage and support your migration.

With, HP and Microsoft, Q’NET INTERNATIONAL provides the foundation you need to migrate with confidence. 


More information:

Technical implications and how to deal with Windows Server 2003 end of life- video

Windows Server 2003 is going end of life and what that means to you- video     


Sources: , - HP Discover 2014 

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