Re: Why Upgrade?
- From: "Jonathan Cousins" <jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2021 15:12:57 +0800
Also, if you're shopping for new hardware, the discounts on being able to
purchase OEM versions of the product may make it more economical to upgrade
at the time of purchase rather than at a point in the future.
As already stated by Henry, there are considerable benefits and additional
features available including the ease of use of administrative wizards to
simplify common tasks and thus reduce the frequency of some external support
Just my 2c worth...
"bernadou" <bernadou@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> I've been asked to determine which server software would be right for the
> following scenario:
> Small mortgage broker, stand alone business office
> 3 full time (9-5 M-F) Employees (owner/broker, 2 assistants)
> Computing Environment:
> 1 win2k server (5 year old hardware). Domain controller, file server,
> 4 XP Pro workstations (All 1+ years old)
> 3 Networked printers
> Web domain/email hosted externally.
> This business wishes to upgrade their server hardware. There are two
> server applications running on their network. One of which is their
> day to day business application. Data is stored on the w2k server.
> This business does not have an IT person in house and pays hourly for
> administration and support. They do not report performance problems with
> their current server (800mhz PIII, 512mb Ram generic build desktop), but
> to be proactive in upgrading the hardware to prevent business affecting
> During their server hardware shopping, they have been heavily advised to
> upgrade their server OS to Win2k3 Small Business Edition. They have
> purchased the OS license for Win2k server which already exceeds their
> My question is this. Given the requirements mentioned above, why would it
> be advantageous to upgrade?
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