Capita P&I Solves Collaboration and Storage Needs with Joint Microsoft StorSimple & Talon RemoteFAST™ Solution
Joint Microsoft/Talon offering brings datacenter availability and ease of maintenance to Capita P&I’s distributed enterprise, enabling BIM 2.0 compliance.
Windows Server 2003 End-of-Life is approaching, and RemoteFAST™ can help you simplify your branch office strategy
Any company currently using Windows Server 2003 should take immediate steps to upgrade its operations. To this end, Talon RemoteFAST™ for Windows Server can help tremendously.
On July 14 of this year, Microsoft will stop supporting all versions of Windows Server 2003. When that date arrives, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, patches or technical support of any kind for the operating system. This seems fairly reasonable, as Windows Server 2003 is now 12 years old, making it ancient in the realm of IT.
However, the matter is far more complicated than it might seem at first glance. This is due to the fact that the users of Windows Server 2003 are not limited to a small number of holdouts - on the contrary, the operating system remains quite popular to this day. According to Microsoft itself, there are currently approximately 11 million Windows Server 2003 servers up and running today. A report from Data Center Journal estimated that this number is even higher, with as many as 25 million Windows 2003 Servers in service around the globe.