Support for Windows 7 is Ending
On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide support for PCs running Windows 7. This means no technical support, no software updates, and no security updates.
Continuing to use outdated systems will leave your data more susceptible to security vulnerabilities, threats, and attacks. Outdated systems are also an easy target for hackers wanting to exploit the operating system. Additionally, outdated PCs are slower, which leads to less productive employees and can be a costly burden to maintain. A TechAisle survey found the total cost of ownership of a owning a PC more than four years old is $2,379 US —far more than the cost of a new PC.
Your technology can make the difference between a good day and a bad one. How hard are your systems working for you?
Are you managing multiple passwords?
Are you using disconnected solutions for calendars, security, file sharing, and meetings?
Does it take too long to locate all the files related to a project?
Are you experiencing email overload?
Are you unable to support remote workers or mobile users?
If you answered yes to these questions, you may be ready for Microsoft 365, which offers a highly secure workspace, empowered by the latest productivity, teamwork and collaboration experiences for your organization.
Why wait? Now is the time to explore your options if you are running Windows 7 or Office 2010. Migration can be seamless: 99% of Windows 7 applications and Office 2010 add-ins are compatible with Microsoft 365.
Don’t let your infrastructure and applications go unprotected, we’re here to assist you in every step of the way. Please contact us today to begin planning your migration to Microsoft 365.