AppZero, the fastest way to move enterprise applications, today announced the results of its first "State of Readiness for Windows Server 2003 End of Support (EOS)" survey. The 2013 results of more than 200 Fortune 1,000 companies show that 40% of respondents wish to move to the cloud as part of their EOS remediation efforts.
The full results of the survey are available here and indicate that with eighteen months until support ends, the majority of respondents still have significant numbers of machines running WS2003. Security compliance and vulnerability management are a major concern and many organizations are not aware of or prepared to deal with the impending challenge.
"AppZero is the only technology that can "up-level" production Windows applications onto a newer operating system," said AppZero CEO,
The survey provides insight into the pain points shared among the respondents and reveals clarity into the upgrade path the majority intends to follow. At the conclusion of the findings, AppZero shares recommendations that can be followed to protect from the risk of running an unsupported operating system.
According to new research by GigaOm, "While perhaps lacking the drama of
AppZero is the fastest, most flexible way to move server applications to and across any cloud or datacenter, without code change or lock-in. Encapsulating Windows applications in VM/OS-free packages, AppZero’s patented software moves complex server applications with ease. AppZero allows you to modernize your infrastructure, moving from an old OS to a newer one with the click of a button - modernize and move to the cloud in one step. For more information, visit http://www.appzero.com and follow us on twitter @AppZero_Inc.
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