Windows Server 2003 ‘End of Support’ Infrastructure Videos

Hi, As you probably heard, Windows Server 2003 End of Support (EOS) is July 2015.  Here are a couple great videos for you to view and share if appropriate with your customers.

· It’s the End of the World As You Know It… Windows Server 2003 End of Life: Infrastructure Migration

Are you still supporting infrastructure from 2003?  Are you one of those IT Pros that think “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? I’m sorry to say that End of Life (EOL) is approaching fast (July-2015).  Join us in a session where we’ll dig into the process of migrating your infrastructure to the latest OS.   This demo-intensive session will cover how to migrate various workloads and foundation services like DHCP, DNS, File/Print and more. Migrating is just the beginning…  Ongoing management will also be covered.  Like the song says, “It’s the end of the world as you know it”…  But you’ll be fine.

· Windows Server 2003 End of Life Migration Planning for Your Workloads

Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 will reach End of Life (EOL) on July 15th, 2015! That’s just a little over a year, and for organizations that have not started their planning, or have migrated only a portion of their datacenter, we feel the pinch just as much as you do. Migrations can be complicated, and unlike the days of old, today there are numerous options for your destination. This session provides an organized and systematic view of your migration strategies and possible destinations. We review the tools and offers that are currently available, and walk you through our decision tree methodology that will provide you with the ability to easily target the workloads/applications that are at risk, and identify a clear migration path that will have you beating the EOL Clock!

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