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Migrating from Windows Server 2003 is a necessity. Count on HP to get you there.

on ‎07-14-2014 03:00 PM - last edited on ‎09-30-2015 07:48 AM

Microsoft is discontinuing support of Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015, but with HP you can transition cost-effectively, quickly, and with confidence. Not only do we have the infrastructure, we have the expertise. HP brings the experience and know-how that comes from our 30-year collaborative relationship with Microsoft to help you smoothly transition from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2.


There is no avoiding the need for change, but it doesn’t have to be disruptive. We help reduce the complexity, time, and risk associated with migrating applications and infrastructure. HP services, support, and technologies provide opportunity for you to change out legacy systems and fully modernize your environment.


Optimize your business with the New Style of IT. HP delivers the right compute for the right operating system for the right workload. New infrastructure efficiencies enable you to innovate, adapt and unleash new business value.


Mitigate your risk with a modern infrastructure. Do not wait. The risk inherent in running legacy infrastructure and unsupported, unsecure, and non-compliant software is too great to ignore. Forge a path now to the future of IT. Modernize today.


Leverage experience and expertise you can trust. HP and our channel partners together can help you transition smoothly. With and more than 200,000 HP Partners worldwide, you can count on us to help you plan, design, implement, manage and support your migration.


Get started with your migration today! To help ease your transition, we provide workshops, training, trade-ins, and terms assistance — wherever you are in the move to HP. For more information, please visit




In addition, HP has a major presence at the Microsoft World Partner Conference as a Titanium sponsor.


Come visit our booth (#101) and don’t miss Jim Ganthier’s break out session in room 154AB on Wednesday, July 16th from 2:30pm – 3:30pm as he outlines details of our program.


We hope to see you there!



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