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In a few short months, organizations will find themselves scrambling to migrate over to a new server; a disruption caused by the end of support for Windows Server 2003/R2. With mainstream support coming to an end since July 2010, Windows Server 2003/ R2’s Extended Support, which only provided security updates, is slated to come to an end on July 14, 2015. Why it's the time to migrate Staying put will cost your organization more in the end. Maintenance costs for aging hardware will also increase. Added costs will be incurred for intrusion detection systems, more advanced firewalls, network segmentation, etc. 37 critical updates were released in 2013 for Windows Server 2003/R2 under the Extended Support. With it coming to an end, no updates will be developed or released after end of support, including all vital Microsoft applications. Lack of compliance with various standards and regulations can be devastating. This may include various regulatory and industry standards for which compliance can no longer be achieved. For example, lack of compliance might mean an increased cost of operating which will include paying catastrophic penalties and astronomically high transaction fees. The solution is to simply isolate Windows Server 2003 servers and migrate to a compliant system. How PCMG can help Migrating to a new server can present its challenges; it is perceived to be costly and thought to interfere with custom and legacy applications. With PCMG, it doesn’t have to be challenging. PCMG, in partnership with Microsoft, provides the tools that can help increase the mobility, productivity, collaboration, and be compatible with most existing custom and legacy applications. These services help organizations become more productive through better communication, anywhere access and coordination of messages, contacts, calendars, task lists, and important documents. It’s the power of the cloud delivering a new kind of productivity and efficiency — all without the burden of costly infrastructure. Experts you can trust Our teams of experts are here to guide you through the migration process and solve your server needs. For Windows Server assessments, installation, migrations, and upgrades, our Services team is here to help. Our services portfolio spans the entire information technology lifecycle – from the initial design to the implementation and continuing management.n ARE YOU READY? Support for Windows Server 2003 is ending July 14, 2015 Contact your PCMG Account Executive today to learn more about the server migration option that's right for you. 1-800 -625-5468 | www.pcmg.com 20 PCMG holds a number of public sector procurement contracts.