Support for Windows Server 2003 ends in July.Act Now.

Support for Windows Server 2003 ends in July

If you don’t migrate from Windows Server 2003 by July 14, your business will be exposed to elevated cybersecurity risks. Get help migrating today to stay secure and compliant.


  • Time is running out


Businesses running Windows Server 2003 past July 14 will be exposed to these risks:

• Threats to business applications such as payroll, HR, and accounting.
• Elevated danger for cybersecurity attacks on computer systems and databases.
• Non-compliance with PCI security standards for businesses that accept credit cards.
• Breaches of HIPAA data policies for businesses that handle client healthcare data.

It can take up to 90 days for a small or midsize company to migrate, so don’t put your business at risk. Start planning your migration right away.

  • The U.S. Department of Homeland Security urges you to take action

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert stressing the security implications for companies that do not migrate off of Windows Server 2003. Migrate soon to help ensure the safety of your private information—and your customers’ information too.

  • You may not be compliant for Visa and Mastercard processing

    By running unsupported software, you will not meet the PCI Data Security Standards required by Visa and MasterCard. Avoid interruptions to your credit card payment systems by migrating from Windows Server 2003.