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Top 10 Steps to Ensure a Successful Transition to Windows Server 2012

For organizations that have not yet upgraded to Windows Server 2012, the clock is ticking, as official support for Windows Server 2003 is ending in 2015. However, even with the many advances and new benefits that Windows Server 2012 provides, including increased security, mobile and cloud support, and more, making the transition is an intimidating project. 

Luckily, it doesn’t have to be. Check out this helpful guide for the top 10 expert steps to ensure that the migration to Windows Server 2012 goes smoothly. Access this resource now to learn more about these key strategies and how they can help your company best approach this business-critical process.

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