Facing The End of Windows Server 2003

June 9, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Although it’s not making as large a news splash as the ending of Windows XP, most tax and accounting professionals may know that Microsoft is ending its extended support of Windows Server 2003 on July 14. While many have already upgraded their servers or elected to let their software vendors manage their infrastructure in the cloud, we know from recent professional surveys that many firms are still using Windows Server 2003. Read more in the Progressive Accountant.

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