If it ain't broke, don't fix it: That's the attitude that has kept Windows Server 2003 chugging along despite a number of new and improved offerings from Microsoft over the years. In fact, a recent survey from Spiceworks found that 53% of business are still running Windows Server 2003 —almost a year after the software's July 14, 2015 End of Life.
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