How to avoid Microsoft Windows 2003 migration headaches

As Microsoft releases newer operating systems beyond WS 2003, healthcare organizations must either upgrade their legacy Windows servers or pay hefty fees for Microsoft to maintain out-of-date systems. Although the task of upgrading all legacy applications and servers may seem daunting, there are key steps that healthcare IT teams can take to manage the process to avoid costly mistakes. In this article, Shyla Walson highlights the required migration preparations, key bottlenecks, control points, and key measures for success.

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