IF YOU’RE RUNNING WINDOWS SERVER 2003, YOU’RE RUNNING 10+ YEAR OLD TECHNOLOGY.
Microsoft has ended support for Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 and Windows Server 2003. If your business is relying on these solutions for day-to-day operation, this poses several risks:
- Windows SBS 2003 and the workloads running on it has become more expensive to operate.
- Exchange 2003 reached end of extended support on April 8, 2014, meaning your business-class email could be at risk.
- Your computers and network could become vulnerable to malicious software and other security issues.
- Any outdated software could create compliance issues.
Upgrade your Windows Server
Substantial improvements have been made in those 10 years that help businesses compete better in today’s marketplace.
- Reduced operational costs and increased efficiencies
- Improved employee productivity
- Ability to be cloud-ready
- Increased business agility and ability to scale to accommodate business growth
- Improved system availability
- Ability to implement cost-effective backup and disaster recovery solutions
Upgrading your ageing servers and operating systems can reduce costs and provide significant benefits that can easily outweigh any cost of upgrading.
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