Businesses Using Windows Server 2003 Will Be At Risk Starting July 14th, 2015

By supertech01 | Published July 1, 2015

Windows Server 2003 is fast-approaching its end-of-support date of July 14th, 2015. End-of-support means that Microsoft will no longer offer technical support or security updates for this product. Now is the time to upgrade your workloads to Windows Server 2008 or 2012.

Businesses still running Windows Server 2003 are exposed to these risks:

•             Elevated danger for cybersecurity attacks on computer systems and databases.

•             Non-compliance with PCI security standards for businesses that accept credit cards.

•             Breaches of HIPAA data policies for businesses that handle client healthcare data. 

Upgrading is not an option, but a necessity. Most small businesses don’t have the in-house skill set to perform Windows Server 2003 to 2008 (or 2012) upgrades. For help upgrading your workloads, contact Superior Technology Solutions today at 845-735-3555 or online at Our team of professionals will help outline an action plan for your business!

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