End of Life product announcements are a fact of life in the computing industry, and by extension the world of business, but some EOLs demand more attention than others. The end of Windows Server 2003 has the potential to be hugely impactful for a wide range of businesses, especially with the speed and volume at which digital information is transferred every day. Security, network stability, software and hardware compatibility may all need to be evaluated, so it’s important to understand what this summer’s cut off date means for your business.
Read on to see how the end of support for Windows Server 2003 might impact you, and what you can do now to ensure the integrity of your IT infrastructure. Continue Reading
Over the last four decades, Americans have greatly increased their consumption of cheese. In 2012, cheese availability was 33.5 pounds per person, almost triple the amount in 1970 at only 11.4 pounds. Since 2005, availability of American cheese has held steady at 13 pounds per person. (source)
There’s no doubt that cheese making is big business, but it offers cheese manufacturers a number of unique challenges. In the final part of our continuing series, we’re profiling a billion dollar Cheese and Dairy Product manufacturer who needed a better hardware solution to stand up to the salty air and strict cleaning standards in their industry.
- Avoiding a Mess: The Unique Challenges of Food Manufacturing: Read Now
- Avoiding a Mess Part 2: Snack Foods – Dust of a Different Kind: Read Now
- Avoiding a Mess Part 3: Staying out of a Jam: Read Now