Extended Support ending in 2020 for some Microsoft Products. We can help you get upgraded before that time comes.
Like all of Microsoft’s operating systems, mainstream and extended support is provided by Microsoft for certain a period of time. Microsoft calls its products “End of Life” when the extended support period comes to an end. Microsoft will stop providing monitoring and updates which would address security vulnerabilities. Businesses and users who continue to use these products will no longer have any protection, putting their data at high risk. On top of that, most vendors, manufacturers, and developers will no longer invest resources to support their hardware/software on platforms and systems that Microsoft is no longer supporting.
On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will be ending their extended support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2, and Exchange Server 2010. That means any business or user actively using a workstation or server that is operating any of those three products/systems will immediately place their data at risk of theft, destruction, or ransomware. This can, however, easily be avoided by working with our expert IT specialists before this deadline.