Windows Server 2003 Support Ends July 14, 2015 – No Longer HIPAA Compliant
From EMR & HIPPA:
If this post feels like groundhog day, then you are probably remembering our previous post about Windows XP being retired and therefore no longer HIPAA compliant and our follow up article about a case where “unpatched and unsupported software” was penalized by OCR as a HIPAA violation.
With those posts as background, the same thing applies to Microsoft ending support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. Many of you are probably wondering why I’m talking about a 2003 software that’s being sunset. Could people really still be using this software in healthcare? The simple answer is that yes they are still using Windows Server 2003.
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The secret behind why Windows 10 is so good
From CNN Money:
Microsoft listened to you. More than anything else, that’s why Windows 10 won’t be another Windows 8 or Vista.
In conversations with CNNMoney, top decision makers at Dell, Hewlett-Packard (Tech30) and Toshiba noted that Microsoft requested their input throughout the process of creating Windows 10. They said Microsoft listened to their feedback —,
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