An operating system on end of life is ripe for attack


Microsoft is turning off the life support machine for the ailing grandparent of the Windows server family on July 15.

It's the end of life as we know it for Windows Server 2003


Windows Server 2003 will pass out of Microsoft support on July 14, 2015. Different organisations report different numbers, but all agree that there are millions of Server 2003 servers still running in the wild.

New products of the week 05.04.15


Network World's roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Extreme Networks and Cirba included AppZero Service Provider edition for Microsoft Azure.

Still running Windows Server 2003? Here's your end-of-support plan


Many companies are not migrating off Windows Server 2003 despite its impending end of support. Here's what you can do to protect your business if this is your situation.

End of support draws near for Windows Server 2003


There are still around 135,000 virtual and physical servers in Australia still running Windows Server 2003 despite the looming July 14 cut-off date after which Microsoft will no longer support the operating system, according to figures from HP.

Opinion: 4 reasons why CIOs should really care about Windows Server 2003 end of support


Microsoft will officially end its extended support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015.

Windows 2003 server – end of support in 86 days - 14 July


While all products can outlive their intended lifespan, Windows Server 2003 has set some kind of record – 23.8 million copies still running on 11.9 million physical servers..

10 Keys To Upgrading Windows Server 2003


In less than four months the clock runs out on support for Windows Server 2003. 

Looming Windows Server 2003 end of support poses problems for businesses


Even though they had years of warning, millions of businesses were left scrambling last year when Microsoft withdrew support for ...

The 10 Most Shocking Things About Windows Server 2003 Expiration


Despite WS2003 expiring in less than five months, Industry experts estimate 13 million WS2003 machines are still running, and many companies do not yet have a fallback plan.