Extended support for Windows Server 2003 is ending 14 July 2015
Extended support for Windows Server 2003 is ending 14 July 2015

Extended support for Windows Server 2003 is ending 14 July 2015

Following the announcement by Microsoft that mainstream support ended 13th July 2010, Microsoft has recently announced that it is ending extended support for Windows Server 2003.

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Extended support for Windows Server 2003 is ending 14 July 2015

So what does withdrawal of extended support mean for me?

Your applications and business may be at risk as there will be no patches or security updates for Windows Server 2003. New security threats will not be addressed and your Windows Server 2003 systems will become a security risk.

If you wish to run later versions of business critical software your Windows Server 2003 will need to be upgraded to Windows Server 2008 or later. Microsoft and 3rd party software vendors will no longer support Windows Server 2003.

Why should I upgrade?

  • No future updates for Windows Server 2003 poses a security risk to your business.
  • No longer compliant for software audits.
  • Future software and hardware compatibility issues.
  • Increased performance of applications when running on Windows 2008 or later.
  • No cost to upgrade current server hardware.*
  • Improved server administration and manageability.
  • Additional roles and features such as Microsoft Hyper-V to run virtualised environments.

*Contact CPiO here for a free site survey and upgrade advice.

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