Windows Server 2003 extended support ended on July 14, 2015
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Technical support and security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003 will no longer be issued. Let us help you keep your business protected – and take advantage of a new way of computing with Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure.

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Is your business at risk?
Safety in numbers? Not!
Will the hacker community view unsupported systems as compelling targets? The more Windows Server 2003 users that remain by July 14, the greater the risks described by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security1. Currently, there are still millions of businesses running Windows Server 2003.
Compliance violations are imminent.
Companies that process regulated data – such as those handling payment card payments or working in the healthcare industry – may be out of compliance. This could result in fines – or worse: being cut off from key trading partners. If your business handles credit card payments, your revenue streams could be at risk.
Been breached? You need to report it.
A Security breach occurs when there is a loss, theft, or other unauthorized access to sensitive information. 47 states now have security breach notification laws, 2 meaning that businesses must immediately disclose a data breach to their customers. If you are breached, how will this impact the trust and integrity of your company?
Procrastination doesn't buy you time.
WMI has reported that the majority of businesses neglect to plan their server migration with enough lead time, resulting in a rushed, stressful, and risky migration.3 Last-minute efforts can impact network security and stability, or bring forth functional issues that require immediate and time-consuming remediation, such as programmatic revisions to business applications.