End of Life for Windows 2003 Server
On July 14th 2015, Microsoft 2003 servers will be reaching their end of life. This means a number of things including an end to support, compliance, patches and security updates. Microsoft will no longer provide the things necessary for maintaining your server and protecting it after the end of life date. Businesses will no longer meet compliance and will have their data at risk of theft. For most businesses making the necessary transition early will save money and keep your information secure. Do not fret however, because there are many options available.
As a small business it is imperative that the migration occur as soon as possible. Any wait may cause sensitive company data to be at risk since security will no longer be up to date. This may seem overwhelming and like a lot to take on, but Boot Networks offers its services to help businesses to make the transition. Our company will provide specialized experienced service and show you which options work best for your business. Also any question or concern will be answered and taken into consideration as you make the migration. The end of life for Windows 2003 server may be just around the corner, but options are available and there is still plenty of time to make the switch.
To find out more about the various options Microsoft offers refer to this SITE