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Don't Go IT Alone

Microsoft ends support for Windows 2003 on July 14, 2015.

Migrating from Windows Server 2003 isn't an option—it's a necessity. The end of support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 presents major challenges, but it's also the perfect opportunity to move workloads from aged servers to new physical or virtual servers. Count on HP and Connection to get you there.

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HP and Microsoft offer integrated products and solutions that are affordable, reliable, and simple to install and manage. Let Connection and HP build the new IT infrastructure your business needs now and to scale into the future.

  • Advanced disaster recovery and data protection
  • Low cost, high-performance storage
  • Remote access and virtual desktop infrastructure
  • Management access and information protection

The End is Near with CTRL+ALT+TECH

Connection teamed up with Spiceworks for a CTRL+ALT+TECH video. Here is a preview of some the topics discussed. At the end of this video there is a link to the full 60 minute version on Spiceworks.




5 Things to Know About Migrating

Change your perspective on a Windows Server Migration in this Frost and Sullivan Executive brief, and discover how Connection and HP can help you fill the gap. Not only do we have the infrastructure, we have the expertise to transition with confidence.

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How a Server Refresh Can Benefit Your Organization

Listen to David Gaston, Vice President GM ISS Americas, and Michael Swain, Intel-HP EG Americas, discuss how you can increase your organization's energy efficiency and performance by refreshing your legacy servers with HP and Intel® Xeon® processors.

Listen Now Learn how HP and Intel® Xeon® processors can help you plan for Windows Server 2003 End of Support.