Remember the build-up in 2014 for the death of Windows XP? A similar scenario will play out in 2015, as Microsoft announced in November that it would end support for Windows Server 2003 and Server 2003 R2 on July 14, 2015.
The most immediate impact of this announcement is that any system using Windows Server 2003 will no longer receive updates or patches from Microsoft, which the computing giant said in a white paper “can result in a less stable and less secure infrastructure for your organization.”
If you’re like most small business owners, a stable and secure computing environment is essential for day-to-day operations.
CMIT Solutions has identified the top 5 reasons why you should prepare for the end of Windows Server 2003.