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Windows Server 2003 Becoming End of Life, Part 2—Four Questions to Ask for System Replacement

Posted by Ron Gill on Tue, Nov 10, 2015

In Part 1 of this series I blogged about the importance of business owners keeping a finger on the pulse of Windows Server 2003, which has emerged as one of this year’s largest security threats since becoming end of life. Although business owners understand that the server’s end of life status poses a security threat to their organizations, there may be a number of applications still running on the system that they are unaware of. The consequences of having applications run on the server while it is not receiving regular security updates can include massive workflow complications, system breaches and lost revenue.

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Topics: voicemail, Windows 2003, officelinx

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