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Jonathan Clark - Product Line Manager for Microsoft

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Jonathan is a Product Line Manager for Microsoft at PC Connection with over 12 years of experience in software, product management & marketing. He holds multiple sales specialist certifications across the Microsoft stack of products, including Small Business, Cloud, Digital Marketing & Devices. When not at work, he enjoys sailing, skiing & golf and spending time with his family.

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Mobile Devices Running Windows 10

What about the Devices?

Why You May Want to Upgrade Your Systems to Windows 10

by Jonathan Clark | 07.27.15

Interesting fact about Windows 10: it’s not going to work as well with a device that’s not Microsoft-created. So for all of us who have a fondness for products outside of the Microsoft realm, this is something to consider. On a broader scale—for business and enterprise—it may be a big deal.

Most of us are used to having the freedom to utilize our own devices—BYOD is virtually standard in many companies today, and employees may well expect it to be the norm. But working from home or the coffee shop down the street may soon mean bringing a company-owned device with you as Windows 10 enters the picture.

Tags:BYODMicrosoftSurfaceWindows 10

Upgrade

The Upsides to Upgrading Windows Server

What 2012 Has Over 2003

by Jonathan Clark | 07.14.15

Windows Server 2003 was a breakthrough platform. With its reliable and stable environment it’s no wonder why it’s still popular today. Unfortunately, with end of service imminent, it will no longer be viable for enterprise computing. Security, compliance, and maintenance costs will expand rapidly while new security risks pop up all over the horizon.

Here’s a rundown of some of the incredible differences in performance and capabilities you’ll see when you step into the present with Windows Server 2012.

Tags:Active DirectoryComplianceOptimize StorageSecurityVirtualizationWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Data Center Servers

Windows Server Migration Strategy: Discover, Assess, Target, Migrate

Top Tips and Tools to Ease Your Transition

by Jonathan Clark | 07.08.15

If you’re still running Windows Server 2003 in your data center, you should take steps now to plan and execute a migration strategy to protect your infrastructure. After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003.

Tags:Data CenterMicrosoftMigrationWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOSWindows Server 2012

Time's Up-Do You Know Where Your Windows Server 2012 Upgrade Is?

Don’t Expose Your Organization to the Unnecessary Risks

by Jonathan Clark | 06.08.15

Windows Server 2003 has been a reliable workhorse for over a decade, a bastion of corporate computing available in multiple editions targeted toward particular sizes and types of business. But on July 14, Microsoft will stop releasing critical patches for it. According to research from endpoint threat prevention, detection, and response firm Bit9 + Carbon Black, nearly one in three enterprises (30%) plan to continue to run Windows Server 2003 after the July 14 deadline, leaving an estimated 2.7 million servers unprotected. The study polled 500 enterprises in the United Kingdom and the United States and found that more than half of the enterprises surveyed did not know when the end-of-life deadline is.

Don’t be that company.

Tags:End Of SupportMicrosoftWindows Server 2003

Migrating From Server 2003 The First Step

Planning Makes Perfect When Moving to Server 2012

by Jonathan Clark | 03.25.15

As you no doubt know, support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is coming to an end. It’s been a great 12 years, but it’s time for a change—and a change to Server 2012 will keep your organization safe under Microsoft’s watchful eyes for years to come. But it’s not as simple as just pushing a button.

Tags:End Of SupportHP windows server 2003 eosIntel windows server 2003 eosMicrosoftMicrosoft Ended SupportServer migrationServersWindows ServerWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOSWindows Server 2003 Vulnerability AssessmentWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2012 DatacenterWindows Server 2012 StandardWindows Server Enterprise

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