Windows Server 2003 End of Life
Windows server 2003 is run by 23.8 million physical and virtual instances across the world, according to data from Microsoft. That’s 23.8 million potential cybersecurity risks.
Are you putting your organisation’s IT infrastructure at risk?
Support for Windows Server 2003 ends July 14th 2015. Without regular patches, updates and bug fixes, the software won’t be able to keep up with modern security risks. Next summer might sound far off but Microsoft estimate it could take you 200 days to migrate.
Windows Server 2003 will also lose PCI compliance. As a result, VISA and MasterCard will suspend your businesses ability to process online payments. Finally, failing to upgrade could cost your organisation £100,000 a year in custom support for the legacy software.
Feel free to contact Blowfish Technology for a free audit of your infrastructure and let us help you migrate your servers to the latest technologies.