Windows Server 2003: Migrate At Your Own Pace With Parallels Remote Application Server

The migration from Windows Server 2003 (WS2003) offers the opportunity to take the latest technical advances on board, but it is complex and very expensive in terms of planning, cost and risk. Many corporate applications will not work on the latest OSs, so that day-to-day business activities are at risk. Delays in planning for the event might force companies to recklessly undertake a fast and furious migration over the next few months.

Features of Parallels Remote Application Server supporting Windows Server 2003:

  • Features of Parallels Remote Application Server:
  • Easy to manage and configure
  • Seamless Application Virtualization
  • Greater return on investment
  • Flawless VDI and Remote Desktop Delivery
  • PCs with Windows XP, 7 & 8 converted into secure thin clients
  • Supports hypervisors: VMware, Hyper-V and Citrix
  • Consistent resource-based load balancing
  • Effortless shadowing of local and remote desktops
  • Secure corporate data; PCI DSS-compliant
  • Efficient on any device

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Parallels Remote Application Server offers you the possibility of continuing to work with Windows Server 2003, allowing your IT administrator to deal with Windows Server 2003 end of life (EOL) over a longer timeframe.With Parallels Remote Application Server it is possible to mix different versions of Windows Server 2003 (2008 and 2012), avoiding the restriction of having to use only one OS to run all operations.With Parallels Remote Application Server, the IT administrator can manage the whole infrastructure through one central console, and can publish applications for Windows Server 2003 or WS2012 at the same time, with no limits. Applications that are ready for WS2012 can move to the new OS straight away while other applications can continue running on Windows Server 2003. The Parallels stepwise approach is indicated for companies that are struggling to meet the 14 July 2015 doomsday.