Onsite Computer to Host Complimentary Webinar on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life

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Learn what it means & what you should do next; registration now open for online event set for April 24, 2015

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... it’s imperative for businesses throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area to formulate a thorough strategy that takes into consideration all aspects of the migration process.

Onsite Computer, a managed service provider [MSP] dedicated to providing state-of-the-art IT support, service and products for small and medium-sized business throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area, today announced a complimentary webinar scheduled for Friday, April 24, 2015. Led by Onsite CEO Jeffery Sneed, the one-hour, online event will provide locally-owned Dallas/Fort Worth businesses with the key elements needed to understand what it means when Microsoft ends support for its Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. In addition, he will go in-depth about the necessary steps to plan, develop and migrate to other options in order to overcome fears and anxiety as well as identify benefits of upgrading for efficient business continuity.

“Survival Guide for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life” webinar at-a-glance:

  • Support for Windows Server 2003 ends July 14, 2015: Rapidly approaching end of life for this popular server system, more than 11-million systems still run WS 2003, according to Hewlett-Packard. Participants will find out the impact of having no plan to migrate and how your business will be affected if you don’t migrate.
  • Dealing with Concerns to Stay or Go: AppZero recently suggested that 62% of businesses that should have a plan to migrate or upgrade don’t. Of the ones that do have a plan, 35% anticipate going to the cloud. Participants will learn how to confront their fears and comprehend the benefits during the process of this important transformation.
  • Surviving the End of Life: There are several strategic migration scenarios that are available to be considered for any migration. Participants will better recognize what those situations are and how to execute them.

“Timing certainly is an important factor,” Sneed said. “That’s why it’s imperative for businesses throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area to formulate a thorough strategy that takes into consideration all aspects of the migration process. This includes hardware, software, business processes, workload dependencies, compliance and security to name just a few.”

About Onsite Computer
Onsite Computer is a Grand Prairie, Texas-based managed service provider [MSP] that offers IT support and business solutions to local businesses and residents throughout the greater Dallas / Fort Worth area. Some of the company’s most popular network solutions include IT consulting, vendor management, email solutions, cloud services, security assessment, web services and remote data backup. For residential clients, the firm delivers upgrades for laptops and PCs, virus and spyware detection and removal, custom-built PCs, preventative maintenance service, password removal, software installation, data backup and recovery, remote support and data backup. Onsite Computer provides managed services for a variety of industries, including nonprofit, education and medical. For more information about Onsite Computer and its IT business solutions, visit the company on the web at ocrdfw.com. To learn more now, call 817.886.2687. Also, to get the latest industry news and trends, go to ocrdfw.com/blog/; and like us at facebook.com/Onsite.Computer.

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