Windows 2003

Don’t let Windows 2003 EOS force an MPS upgrade!

Even with Windows 2003 support ending July 14 2015, you  may not need to upgrade your legacy Nortel MPS;  Many enterprises are choosing to stay with MPS 3.5 running on Windows 2008 with the help of PSS. Under Security Pressure PCI and data security requirements are putting pressure on organisations to upgrade from Windows 2003. Many enterprises are still [...]

July 2nd, 2015|IVR, MPS|

Windows 2003 – Dont Just Upgrade, Extend Support

Planned obsolescence used to have negative connotations, but nowadays it’s standard business practice. US English even has a verb “to obsolete”, with a dictionary definition as follows: Verb: Cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new. “We’re trying to stimulate the business by obsoleting last year’s designs” In other words, [...]

March 24th, 2015|Support and Maintainance, Transition|

IPv6 And End of Life for IPv4 and Windows 2003

Obsolescence is a fact of life in the IT industry: currently there are deadlines approaching for Windows Server, 32-bit software, IPv4, and many other components which are crucial to BAU operations for most enterprises. So what does “end of life” actually mean? Planned Obsolescence Planned obsolescence used to have negative connotations, but nowadays it’s standard [...]

February 24th, 2014|Support and Maintainance|