Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life

This article provides an overview of Windows Server 2003, the important role it has played in the progress of companies’ IT infrastructures and how the impending EOL will effect companies. There have been many changes in IT over the last few years: evolution from 32 to 64 bits, virtualization of Server, Desktop and Application, and now EOL of Windows Server 2003. Companies have to leverage new technologies to maintain high productivity and reduce operational cost. The migration from WS2003 offers the opportunity to take the latest technical advances on board. Parallels RAS offers you the possibility of continuing to work with Windows Server 2003, allowing your IT administrator to deal with WS2003 EOL over a longer timeframe. (PDF White Paper | 4 Pages | 37 KB)

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