Why have so many businesses postponed migration with Windows Server 2003 approaching end of life?
I understand in theory why a lot of small businesses would have resisted moving away from Windows XP, if for no other reason than the “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” attitude. There is a lady at my wife's office who has XP on her laptop, for example, and she refuses to even update to the service packs out of fear that "it will mess something up." Presumably Windows Server are a somewhat more sophisticated user group, so why have they put off the migration from Windows Server 2003 to this point? It doesn’t make a lot of sense to me, but I assume it makes sense to someone.
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