Windows 7 reaches the end of life on 14 January 2020.
If you are currently using Windows 7, you need to consider upgrading to a newer version of Windows. If you continue to use Windows 7 after the end of life date, you are putting your organisation at risk.
When Microsoft enters a product into the end of life, they no longer provide mainstream support or software updates to patch vulnerabilities. This means that in the coming weeks and months you are more at risk of cyber-attackers exploiting the software. While Microsoft works hard to ensure their systems remain secure, they will no longer actively patch vulnerabilities discovered after this date as it leaves extended support.
Why Windows 10?
We recommend upgrading to Windows 10 for its latest technology features and capabilities. Windows 10 is designed to be the most secure platform for businesses, and when deployed with Office 365 it provides extended capabilities.
Here’s what you can expect from Windows 10:
To find out more about the latest features and capabilities of Windows 10 check out this overview below.
Your IT Roadmap
Technology is advancing year-on-year, and businesses need to stay ahead of the curve to reap the business benefits of cost savings, efficiencies and improved productivity.
To review your current setup and how you can cost-effectively upgrade to Windows 10, contact us today.