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Remember when Windows Server 2003 debuted? A highlight that had us all excited were the advances in IT security built in by design. We’re talking about a re-engineered Internet Information Services with strong administrator control both over how Web applications run and user authentication to websites, folders and documents; a standards-based TCP/IP infrastructure, including support for IPv6; and software restriction policies to thwart inadvertently introduced gotcha code and unauthorized program installs.

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Data Migration

Server 2003 EOS: A Migration Path for SMBs

Stay Agile, Competitive with Windows Server 2012

by Sarah Senftle | 02.20.15

For large enterprises, migrating to Windows Server 2012 before Microsoft officially ends support for Server 2003 on July 14, 2015 is a massive project.   Hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of servers might have to be replaced as part of the move to a modern, cloud-enabling server OS—all while keeping both migrated and unmigrated employees connected to the network and the business running without any downtime.

For small- and medium-sized businesses, a Server 2003 migration may be less complex, but it is no less critical. Once Microsoft pulls the plug, Server 2003 will be on borrowed time.

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Data Migration

Weather the Migration Storm

Let Windows Server Migration Assistant Calm Your Fears

by Seth Mitchell | 02.19.15

On July 14, 2015, Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003. There are still an estimated 22 million Windows Server 2003 instances deployed worldwide. In the not-so-distant future, those 22 million Server 2003 deployments will be in jeopardy, and IT departments across the globe must prepare their entire technology infrastructure for migration.

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Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 Migration

Out with the Old: Support Ending for Microsoft Server 2003

Ensure a Smooth Migration to Windows Server 2012

by Bill Virtue | 02.04.15

Tens of thousands of enterprises around the world rely on Microsoft Server 2003 to power their businesses. However, on July 14, 2015, Microsoft officially will end support for Server 2003: no more patches, no more fixes, no more technical help. Got a problem after that date? You’re on your own.

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Big Data, Big Trouble?

Not Necessarily with Today's Storage

by Kurt Hildebrand | 01.26.15

The amount of data being generated by digital technology has increased exponentially in recent years. With the Internet of Things in its early ramp-up phase and mobile device ownership growing, the data explosion should only accelerate through the rest of the decade.

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