The Clock is Ticking on Windows Server 2003
Is Your Business Still Using Server 2003?
There are only a few weeks of support left for Server 2003. It is estimated that there are 2.7 Million Servers running Windows Server 2003 right now. Are you one of them?
What does it mean when support ends?
- The end of support means that Microsoft will no longer issue Security Patches for Server 2003. Last year alone there were 37 security patches released. This will leave your business extremely vulnerable.
- No Compliance. You will fail to meet Industry Wide Compliance Standards (HIPAA, Sox, PCI)
- Compatibility Issues. New Software and Hardware will not integrate with Server 2003
- Increase Costs. Inevitably your organization will experience increased support costs.
Leaving your business exposed to hacker attacks, security breaches, potentially exposing sensitive business and customer data is just not worth the risk. An unsuspecting business owner could find themselves exposed to lawsuits, hefty fines, and a catastrophic lost of customer trust.
Microsoft is ending support for Microsoft Server 2003 on July 14, 2015.
Call for a FREE Migration Analysis for your Denver Business
Code Blue Computing is a Broomfield based I.T. Service and Support organization specializing in businesses in the Metro Denver area. Call them today at 720-746-9763 for more information regarding your Windows Server 2003 options. They can help you make the very best of your options in migrating your business from Microsoft Server 2003.