James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
James Nagurney
National Business Development Manager
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Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
Lane Shelton - Vice President of Software Business Development
Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
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Time to Move On: Windows 2003 EOS

Why Not Make it an Educated Move?

by Lane Shelton | Friday, January 23, 2015

By now everyone should know that Windows Server 2003 is reaching the end of support later this year. Just like the end of Windows XP, the 2003 end of support is a seismic event for Microsoft and their customers. But just how big of an event, well, that remains to be seen. In fact, when we first began talking to our customers about it, we took a very traditional approach: Identify 2003 servers, measure them and figure out how to migrate them to a new OS—whether it was 2008 R2, 2012, or even 2012 R2. Next…find them, remediate them, and replace them, done.

Microsoft Windows Server 2003But as our discussions deepened, we realized that the 2003 end-of-support event was opening up new opportunities. Yes, it’s true, when one door closes another one opens. It forced us to look at alternatives to the traditional find-and-replace methods. A rush of ethical obligation came over us to make the best of another unnerving situation. We want the best for our customers and here’s what we discovered. 

Microsoft Software Support Roadmap

Taking a Look at Microsoft’s Support Roadmap

Are You Prepared for Your Products’ End of Support?

by James Nagurney | 01.22.15

As that old sage Yogi Berra once said, “It’s like deja vu all over again.” Last year around this time everyone was gearing up for End of Life for Windows XP, a popular OS to say the least. Now it’s 2015 and time to bid adieu to another popular operating system. Windows Server 2003 and 2003 R2, still widely used, will be coming off Extended Support on July 14 of this year. Time to start thinking about retiring those older servers. You might also be interested to know that Mainstream Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2 expired on January 13, 2015.

Don't Let Budget Worries Slow Down Storage Plans

Prepare for Disaster Recovery Today

by Kurt Hildebrand | 01.21.15

As companies strive to implement storage modernization frameworks, they concurrently face the challenges of mapping increases in storage capacity with disaster recovery (DR) capabilities and deploying a storage modernization framework within ever-tightening IT budgets. But within the context a storage modernization framework, how do you budget for DR while balancing changes in your storage environment? Read on for our tips on keeping costs down while updating your infrastructure.

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