Solid Migration Strategy

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Building a Solid Migration for Windows Server 2003 EOS

Windows Server 2003 reaches its end of life on July 14, 2015. While that may seem far away, time is of the essence and now is the best time to build a migration plan.

So why should you act now?  Migrating away from Windows Server 2003 is an investment in your organization’s future.  A modern server solution running Windows Server 2012 R2 offers many benefits – some of which provide new levels of performance and efficiency, simplified management, the latest disaster recovery and business continuity features and more.

Listen to this podcast, as our in-house expert, Lane Shelton, VP of Software Business Development with Connection, talks about Windows Server 2003 End of Life. He will discuss the importance of building a solid migration strategy today, and the expertise that the team at Connection has to offer. 

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