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Windows Server 2003 End of Support: 4 Step Process for Migrating to a Modern Solution

Thought-Leadership by Nelson Ojeda
on May 29, 2015

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With Windows accounting for 73% of small and large business operating systems as of the end of 2014, several organizations could face a migration path much more difficult than the Windows XP end of support calamity in April 2014. According to a January 2014 survey conducted by Microsoft, an estimated 22 million instances were still running on Windows Server 2003.

Since the typical migration process takes upwards of 200 days to complete, if you haven’t already begun planning your migration path then you could risk being non-compliant for several months.

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