Sunday May 31, 2020

Windows Server Migration: Don’t panic

Facing the situation and planning the migration are the practical keys to success, experts say.

1st March, 2015

The majority of organisations still using Windows Server 2003 in the face of the July deadline for Microsoft support are believed to be SMEs with widely varying but usually minimal IT expertise in-house. They are usually also users of a range of Microsoft applications so the case for the orthodox migration to the latest generation Windows Server 2012 is usually compelling, said John Bergin, managing director of ITforce which has specialised since 1999 in ICT...

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