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Microsoft Software A Time to Deploy and a Time to Migrate

Develop the Right Strategy before You Dive In

by Jeff Stork | 03.25.16

Make sure strategy—not panic—is driving your migration. There is no better time to upgrade your Microsoft environment than today. The decision is easy, but executing can be a challenge.  By keeping business strategy at the top of your objectives, you can assure best chance of best outcomes. 


VMware Mirage

Mirage as a Solution

A More Efficient, Convenient, Secure Way to Compute

by Tony Dancona | 09.18.15

When does VMware Mirage really make sense? For users who travel frequently—say you’re on a plane, in a car, or just on the move—you may not always have network connectivity, but you still need that full operating system on your device. This is where Mirage comes into play. It works on dynamic layering from the data center delivered to the device.

Tags:Anti-virusConnectionData CenterDevicesITLaptopsLicensingMigrationNetworkSoftwareStorageTechnologyVMware MirageWorkspace Suite

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

Caution! Windows Server 2003 EOS

Windows Server 2003 EOS

The Consequences of Doing Nothing

by Patrick Renzi | 05.07.15

For months now, it seems IT professionals have been barraged with horror stories and scare tactics (from both Partners and Microsoft) about what will happen after Microsoft cuts support for Windows Server 2003 (as of July 14, 2015). If you look at the common talk track of a sales cycle, it is certainly understandable they be skeptical. After all, IT pros are told nearly every day that disaster awaits if they don’t buy this product or that service.

Tags:End Of SupportMicrosoftMigrationOS MigrationWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOS

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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