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Rich Faille
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Clive Anthony - HP Enterprise Group Product Manager

Clive Anthony

Clive is a Product Manager for the HP Enterprise Group at PC Connection with more than five years of experience in servers and virtualization, storage, data center, and converged infrastructure. In his free time, Clive enjoys sports, music, and theater. 

Areas of expertise:Data CenterServersStorage

Articles by Clive Anthony


Technical Considerations of Server 2003 Migration

Four Steps to Smooth the Journey

by Clive Anthony | 02.10.15

Whether you’re a large enterprise or a small business, migrating successfully from Windows Server 2003 to Server 2012 R2 requires detailed planning and execution.

If you haven’t begun server OS migration planning by now, you’re running out of time. On July 14, 2015, Microsoft will end support for Server 2003. No more security patches, no more updates, no more support, period. Server 2003 reaches final, full end of life on July 14, 2015. There simply isn’t a sound business case (never mind technology case) for staying on an outdated, unsupported server platform.

Tags:ApplicationsAssessmentDataEducationHPHybridMicrosoftPrivate CloudServiceSoftwareTechnologyWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOSWindows Server 2012

Secure Your Online Data

3 Ways to Secure Your Data

Don’t Let Attackers Get the Better of Your Organization

by Clive Anthony | 09.16.13

Today, security threats are more of a problem for organizations than ever. Not only are they increasing in sophistication and frequency, but they also have a whole host of new targets: everything from traditional desktop PCs to smartphones and tablets to Web apps. Attackers can use any of these to gain access to your password-protected, mission-critical information. Now is the time for a security enhancement to protect your data, users, and network. Read on for three tips for ensuring the security of your organization’s data and assets.

Tags:NetworkingSecurity