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The termination of support for Windows Server 2003 (WS2003) is imminent, leaving many enterprises in a race against the clock before the system’s security patches cease.

The challenge: understanding today’s threat landscape

61% of businesses have at least one instance of WS2003 running in their environment, which translates into millions of installations across physical and virtual infrastructures. While many of these businesses are well aware of the rapidly approaching July 14th deadline, and the security implications of missing it, only 15% have fully migrated their environment. So why is it that many enterprises are so slow to make the move?