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Don’t wait. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 support ends soon

August 2014

By Lisa Wolfe, HP WW SMB Marketing and Strategy Leader

As of July 14, 2015, Microsoft® Windows Server 2003 will reach its end of support (EOS). From then on, Microsoft will no longer offer security, support, or technical content updates for this operating system. As a result, your business and its operations will face higher costs and lower productivity, in addition to security and compliance risks. Now is the time to plan your migration to Windows Server 2012, because the longer you wait, the riskier your situation gets.
 
HP has worked jointly with Microsoft to provide you with outstanding solutions for your migration planning.  We’ll help you move to Windows Server 2012 in plenty of time and build the IT infrastructure your business needs. Throughout the process, we’ll take care of the technology issues so you can keep the focus on running your business. We’ll also make sure you can take advantage of all the advanced features of Windows Server 2012, including high performance virtualized servers, faster cost-effective storage, increased disaster recovery options and easier integrated management, all optimized by HP for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V.
 
The bottom line is, HP has everything it takes to make the Microsoft Windows 2003 migration easier and less complex: products, services, support, education, and financing. All we need now is for you to tell us when and how we can help you move to a new and better IT environment.
 
Migration from Windows Server 2003
Plan your update. Understand your options.
 
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