More than half of companies found to still be using Windows Server 2003

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Thirteen-year-old operating system still has 18 per cent market share despite its EOL being a year ago, survey finds

Fifty-three per cent of companies still have at least one instance of Windows Server 2003 running, according to a study by Spiceworks. This is despite the server's end of life having passed almost ...

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