Three are millions of instances of Windows Server 2003 still in operation today and Microsoft has officially announced the end of support (EOS) on July 15, 2015. The clock is ticking and you have less than two months to make the transition from a 32 bit, physical, Client/Server operating system to a 64 bit, virtual, cloud OS. This all has to be completed while still maintaining the workloads that have been supported by your Windows Server 2003 instances. The process seems daunting but can be accomplished, with a little help from Veeam®.
Join us for this informative and entertaining session, and learn how Windows Server 2003 EOS can be a tremendous opportunity to increase the capability of your network.