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Get ready to upgrade if you use Windows Server 2003

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Migrating to Windows Server 2008 is also a viable option, but that will require another upgrade in a few years when support for this server operating system ends as well. This is an important point to keep in mind as you budget for migration.

The IT industry is following a drastically different path than it was when Windows Server 2003 servers were initially placed into service. Because of issues like mobility, BYOD (bring your own device), standardization, and cloud deployment, it’s vital that your IT department develop a plan to mitigate and modernize Windows Server 2003 and related application installations as soon as possible.

Shannon Bowen is the IT engineering manager at Communications Engineering Co.

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