It’s the End of the World As You Know It… Windows Server 2003 End of Life: Infrastructure Migration

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Are you still supporting infrastructure from 2003?  Are you one of those IT Pros that think “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? I’m sorry to say that End of Life (EOL) is approaching fast (July-2015).  Join us in a session where we’ll dig into the process of migrating your infrastructure to the latest OS.   This demo-intensive session will cover how to migrate various workloads and foundation services like DHCP, DNS, File/Print and more. Migrating is just the beginning…  Ongoing management will also be covered.  Like the song says, “It’s the end of the world as you know it”…  But you’ll be fine.
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      As Windows Server 2003 end of life is approaching on 14th July 2015, it is high time enterprises planned for their migration. It is strongly recommended to use a migration tool in order to carry out the process in a smooth, efficient and cost-effective way. NEDAM (NEC Easy Data Migration Tool) is a file server data migration tool for Windows Servers. One of the main advantages is that users can continue to use the old server even during the migration process; Migration of file servers is possible even if the OS version/edition is different on the old and new servers.
      In case users have several networks between the old and new servers, one of the networks can be specifically chosen for the migration purposes.

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