The End of Server 2003

The official End-of-Life date for Windows Server 2003 is July 14, 2015 and unless you already have upgrade plans or in-house experts, the date looms like a doomsday clock.

Modern datacenters run distributed applications, crossing multiple servers and platforms. For larger companies, these applications number in the hundreds or thousands. This migration isn’t about moving programs — it’s about moving applications. And moving applications is a complex, worrisome task.

To discuss migrating upgrading you applications from Server 2003 to Server 2012, give the experts at dcs a call.

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