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Windows Server 2003: End of Support, beginning of opportunity

Support for Windows Server 2003 has ended. Are your customers ready to migrate?

Chances are, they may not be. With less than a month to go before end of support, according to estimates, there are still millions of servers running Windows Server 2003. It was the workhorse of choice for many years, but the time has come for customers to migrate to a newer, fully supported platform.
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That’s where you come in. It’s a great opportunity for you to ramp up your business and support your customers through a major technology change. They’ll appreciate the help, and you’ll appreciate the way your business will grow.

Find tools to help.

Access our extensive set of resources to learn more about:

  • Talking with your customers about the importance of migration.
  • Ways to assess a customer’s current environment by categorizing applications and workloads.
  • Migration options, either in the datacenter or in the cloud.
  • How to develop a migration plan.

Visit the Windows Server 2003 end of support partner page.
You’ll also find customizable ModernBiz marketing materials that highlight Windows Server 2012 R2, including partner readiness materials, pitch decks, email templates, brochures, and copy blocks. Use these to show your customers the importance of migrating from Windows Server 2003, and the migration paths that are available.

Helpful tools like the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit, which makes it easy to conduct a migration assessment for a customer’s current IT infrastructure, are also available.

Complete the migration of your customers.