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Server 2003 Retirement Plans

Date Tuesday, 20 January 2015 , By: Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

Server 2003 Retirement Plans

Another Microsoft deadline is looming following the deprecation of Windows XP last year, its server equivalent; Server 2003, and all variations are being killed off come July 14th of this year.

This means that it will be fully unsupported, non-upgraded and obsolete, shortly thereafter many software developers will also stop developing for this platform so, if you are still using this operating system it is definitely time to be putting in place plans to have it replaced. We have conducted many, many server migrations over the past few years and have developed a wealth of skills and knowledge in this regard. So if you are still running Server 2003 in your environment then contact Blue Frontier for further advice and support.

Marc Whittingham

By: Marc Whittingham

Marc joined Blue Frontier in 2007 and was welcomed to the board of directors in 2016. With industry experience dating back to 2003, he heads up the technical support team with a strong focus on service. As our lead networking and virtualisation engineer, Marc provides the invaluable link between clients and technicians. His incredible versatility is evidenced by his further roles as: Information Security Manager, Data Protection Officer and Quality Assurance Manager.