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Windows Server 2012: Are You Ready to Make the Leap?

Switching server platforms is a big deal, and requires intense planning to carry out. However, with the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 and the impending discontinuation of support for Windows Server 2003, the clock is ticking for organizations who are thinking about making the move.

In this informative white paper, discover key considerations organizations need to make when transitioning from legacy products to Windows Server 2012 R2, as well as its new features and benefits. Read on to learn more best practices for efficiently migrating content and effectively managing your new environment.

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    This IDC white paper considers the approaching end of extended support for Windows Server 2003 and explores Windows Server migration options, hardware/software replacements, and support services to help customers tackle a modernization effort. Additionally, read on to learn about the benefits that customers can enjoy by moving off of Windows Server 2003 prior to the conclusion of extended support.

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    While the benefits of mobile productivity are clear, the wide variety of mobility solutions available on the market make it difficult to find the approach that can best address security, manageability, and configurability challenges in your organization. 

    Access this white paper to explore how a secure enterprise workspace can help to improve mobile productivity while meeting your organizations requirements for security, manageability, and configurability. Learn the benefits of this approach and find out how this solution can enable you to support a wide range of:

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