As many are aware, the end of support for Windows Server 2003 R2 is July 14th 2015. Despite the fact that the OS will continue to function even after the deadline, continuing to use the OS is both a security and compliance risk....More
Windows Server 2003 support is ending, but many companies have decided not to migrate to newer Windows servers. Not migrating can put your company at risk, no matter what the excuses are. This whitepaper will go over how the right tools can allow you to gain control of your 12 year old app library and start the migration today.
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According to a survey by Spiceworks of organizations in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, approximately 60% are still running at least one instance of Server 2003....More
The end-of-support for Windows Server 2003 is coming— and it brings with it a perfect opportunity to upgrade your application delivery capabilities with a secure, cloud-ready platform designed for mobility. Read this whitepaper and learn how you can upgrade your systems to deliver capabilities that meet a new generation of requirements.
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As the EOL for Windows Server 2003 approaches, many companies are transition to a more modern Microsoft operating system. In addition to these changes, you will also want an app and desk delivery platform that that empowers IT while allowing end users to choose the devices that enable them to be the most productive. Read to learn how you can improve your transition from Windows Server 2003 with solutions from Citirix.
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If you were working in IT in 1999, you spent quite a bit of time thinking about the Y2K problem. The Y2K letdown (all that disaster prep, no huge disaster) lead many to start thinking of foreseeable wide scale IT problems like Windows Server 2003 EOL as “chicken little” problems....More
Chances are that if a big part of your organization’s environment involves Windows Server 2003, then you’ve probably not spent much time exploring PowerShell. And at this point, you’re probably tired of people talking about how you should get around to learning PowerShell....More
* Key Features of Active Directory for every version of Server OS, including Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 * Key elements of Microsoft System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2 PLUS major changes in the 2016 wave * Deploying, Migrating to, and Managing Hyper-V in Your Organization * Implementing a Private Cloud * Using PowerShell to Automate Common tasks * Key Windows 10 changes including the new Start menu, Cortana, Microsoft Edge, and more * And much more!