Server 2003 is dead… What are you going to do?

Businesses have a very short time to migrate away from Windows Server 2003 before its End Of Life in July 2015. Past this point, many businesses still using Server 2003 will be exposed to some very substantial risks. But it’s not all doom-and-gloom. Here, Camwood highlights how businesses can undertake last-minute migrations efficiently, and how the termination of Server 2003 represents a chance for businesses to move their applications to the cloud and put in place on-going Application Portfolio Management.

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How to adapt to the accelerating pace of IT

IT has completed its last-ever ‘monolithic’ migration, and with the accelerated emergence of new OSs, technologies and working practices in the post-XP world, the ability to cope with constant, rapid change in IT will be the key deciding factor in business success. In our new white paper we outline how businesses can succeed in this brave new world. Fill in the form below to download the paper.

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A guide to migrating off Windows XP

On April 8th 2014 Microsoft ended support of the XP operating system. From this date Microsoft no longer offers any kind of support for XP, including crucial security updates. This could leave your enterprise vulnerable to exploits by hackers and a host of other security risks. As application rationalisation and migration specialists, Camwood has helped a huge number of companies complete their migration in good time. This white paper draws on specially commissioned independent research as well as our years of experience to offer advice on how your enterprise can migrate from XP from whatever stage you’re at. Please enter your details below to download a full copy of the End of XP white paper.

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