Worldwide, 57 percent of the installed base of x86 servers – a total of about 13 million servers – are still running Windows Server 2003. Additionally, midsize businesses are seeking ways to increase their competitiveness. These two dynamics help make the sale of server upgrades one of the largest server revenue opportunities today.
With hundreds of new features in Windows Server 2012, upgrading small and midsize business customers to the most modern version of Windows Server can deliver significant business benefits, efficiencies, and drive customer relationships.
Learn more about Windows Server 2012.
||Use this telesales guide to train your teams about the key reasons to upgrade from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012. |
||Use this guide to get responses to frequently asked questions related to upgrading from Windows Server 2012 from Windows Server 2003. |
||Use this high-level comparison chart to quickly see which technologies are available in Windows Server 2012 that were not available in Windows Server 2003. |