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Migrating from Windows Server 2003 is not optional — it’s a necessity

Change is inevitable. And with IT operations, that phrase couldn’t be truer. In April 2014, Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP. And now Microsoft has announced it will no longer support Windows Server 2003 after July 14, 2015. The risk of running outdated, unsecure, and non-compliant infrastructure and software is too great to ignore. Migrating from Server 2003 to Server 2012 isn’t necessarily difficult, but moving your data and applications can be a logistically complex, worrisome task. Start thinking about it now, put it in your budget, and get ready to make the move. But remember you don’t have to do this alone—ASIS is here to help!

We can work together to help you transition smoothly. You can count on us to help you plan, design, implement, manage, and support your migration. Our service team is knowledgeable and certified on Windows Server 2012. Not only can we help you transition to new infrastructure, we have the expertise so you can make this migration with confidence.

Don’t take a chance on compromising your business data because your network system is running out of date software. We can get you up to speed! If you are ready to make the switch or are interested in an assessment of your current situation, please contact us at 732.549.6030.



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