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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has licensed AppZero application migration software to move Windows Server 2003 applications onto a newer operating system. Microsoft recommends AppZero for moving a variety of applications from Windows Server 2003, which reaches the end of extended support in July, 2015, to Microsoft’s newer operating systems.
With fewer than 250 working days until the end of support of Windows Server 2003, now is the time to plan your migrations. Join Microsoft Windows Server 2003 EOS Operations Manager - US, Neha Bajwa and AppZero CEO, Greg O’Connor to learn how to craft your migration strategy. (registration required)
AppZero undertook the first “State of Readiness for Windows 2003 End of Support” Survey to assess how serious this event is to enterprise IT pros. (Registration Required)
AppZero, a fast, flexible way to move enterprise applications to the cloud, announced today that AppZero Cloud Edition is available to try on Amazon Web Services (AWS, free of charge, as an AWS Test Drive. AppZero’s award-winning application migration tool enables users to move server applications onto physical, virtual or cloud servers, simply, fast, and with no code changes -- at the push of a button.
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Superangels including Joseph Alsop chip in for the new $3 million round, which brings total AppZero funding to about $14 million. People are in a tizzy over the looming end of support for the Windows XP desktop operating system. They might spend some of that energy worrying about...