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'Aggressive' channel pricing - not Server 2003 EOS - spurs server sales
Server shipments around the Windows Server 2003 EOS record less than expected spike - driven not by EOS but by 'aggressive' channel pricing.
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Cybersecurity
Old servers present cyber criminals an opportunity to compromise your business
"The number of vulnerabilities identified in Windows Server 2003 significantly increased after it entered the extended support phase in 2010."
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Windows Server 2003
Windows Server upgrades still presenting big opportunities
Windows Server 2003 EOS has come and gone, but the opportunities persist with a survey showing many businesses gearing up to move off the platform.
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Microsoft Windows
Is Server 2003 end of life 2015’s biggest security threat?
Server 2003's end of life is less than a month away - are you prepared and does it really matter?
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Microsoft
Time nearly up for Microsoft end-of-support
“While upgrading servers takes time and money, holding out on the migration from Windows Server 2003 may cost much more in the long run.”
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Schneider Electric
Act soon to avoid implications of Windows Server 2003 phase out
The discontinuation of Windows Server 2003 will leave organisations that don’t migrate their servers and applications to a newer platform at risk.
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Microsoft
Windows Server 2003 EOS potential cash cow for resellers
Server 2003 EoS is more than just a server upgrade opportunity, with upgrade potential beyond the server and the chance to be that 'trusted advisor'.
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Microsoft
Rethinking technology refreshes as Windows Server 2003’s EoS looms
Chiu Ten-I (Q), Geo Manager, Japan and APAC, Intel IT on it’s important to plan for technology refreshes
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Microsoft
The countdown is on for Windows Server 2003 End of Support
The countdown to End of Support for Windows Server 2003 has begun in earnest, with Microsoft NZ working with partners to educate users about migration
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Microsoft
Windows Server 2003 key opportunity for virtualisation
The imminent end of life of Windows Server 2003 is bringing a new wave of virtualisation – even if many businesses are struggling to part with it.
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Cloud
Microsoft tells channel: Hurry up!
Server 2003 end of service combining with opening of Sydney and Melbourne Office 365 data centres to create ‘perfect storm’ in move to cloud.
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Virtualisation
Global IT budgets hindered by ageing software
IT budgets for the coming year are not going to be breaking any world records. IT pros will need to adjust their tech buying habits due to budget cons
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Microsoft
Why CIOs need to start caring about Windows Server 2003 End of Support
A decade-old operating system like the Windows Server 2003 is not created to support the mobile-first, cloud-first world of today. As such, it is unlikely to optimally support the latest business needs such as cloud deployment, mobility and BYOD.
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Servers
Server growth on the up say Gartner, IDC
Server shipments are growing, spurred on by hyperscale data centre expansion and the forthcoming demise of Windows Server 2003 support.
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Microsoft
Getting back to the future with Windows Server 2003
It’s a little startling then to realise that there are still many businesses using a piece of technology that first appeared in 2003 – Windows Server 2003/R2.
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Cloud
Microsoft NZ counts down to a Kiwi cloud with Windows Server 2003 EOS...
"For some time now, Microsoft has been proactively communicating to its customers directly about the impending end of support date for Windows Server 2003."