When you go to the grocery store, you probably bring a list of items you plan to buy. When you go on vacation, you may checkmark the sites you want to visit in a guidebook directory. If you’ve got kids involved in a variety of activities, you’re likely to fill in your weekly calendar with the dates, times, and locations of where each of them has to be at any particular moment.
It’s all about being prepared. And when it comes to your role as an IT leader, one of the biggest things you need to be prepared for is your business’s transition to Windows Server 2012 from Windows Server 2003. It sounds like it’s time to make another checklist, this time focusing on the major points you need to keep in mind for that job. This way, the rules will be laid out for you in an easy to read format when it comes time to looking at your new contract options.