Are you at risk? If you’re running Windows Server 2003 after July 14, 2015 then you are.
So what happens when support ends for Windows Server 2003?
- No security updates
Exposing your Windows Server 2003 installation to security threats.
- No PCI compliance
If your business accept credit cards, you’ll be out of PCI compliance.
- No HIPAA compliance
If you handle client heath care data, HIPAA data policies may not be met.
- No Support
Should you have an issue with your Windows Server 2003 server there will not be phone or onsite support options.
It’s time to invest in what’s next. It’s time for Windows Server 2012.
Windows Server 2012 R2 offers a lengthy list of improvements compared with Windows
Server 2003, including integrated virtualization, better security, extensive scalability, new
operational roles, script execution capabilities, and far more. While it is a substantial learning curve to move directly from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2, customers are well advised to not make an interim upgrade to Windows Server 2008 as that product faced the end of mainstream support in January 2015.
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