Support for Microsoft Windows 7 is ending. It's estimated that 30% of PCs are still running the operating system, and will become increasingly susceptible to potential security problems. There are a number of options, and deciding on the best course of action for your business is key to ensuring a safe, compliant and productive 2020.
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Windows 7 is ten years old, and Microsoft are retiring the product in its entirety. This means that there will no longer be any updates. Businesses need to consider what they're going to do to move off it - because staying on Windows 7 represents a real threat.
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2020 brings with it a fresh new challenge - the imminent demise of Windows 7 Support. Although there are a range of options, sitting tight and doing nothing is no longer a viable plan.
This week on The Hive, we chat with Paul Gibbons from Chess to discuss the end of life for Windows 7. What are the dangers of remaining on Windows 7 and what can you do to upgrade to Windows 10. There are some options which you and your business can do to make sure you stay ahead of the game and away from danger.
Support for Microsoft Windows 7 will end on 14 January 2020. It's estimated that over a third of PCs are still running the operating system. There are a number of options, and deciding on the best course of action for your business is key to ensuring a safe, compliant and productive 2020.