Unless you’ve been living in a bunker you probably know that July 14, 2015 brings the end of all support for Windows Server 2003
. That means the end of support for the servers and applications that millions of businesses rely on every single day. At particular risk from this event are small to medium-sized organizations. They often lack formal IT departments, and those with IT staff are constantly struggling with shrinking (or flat) IT budgets. Not very high on the IT buying agenda is spending money on fixing something that doesn’t appear broken.