With Multiple Windows EOL Events, You Need to Have a Plan

January 14 marks the end of two Microsoft operating systems: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. After these titles are retired, using them could quickly result in a major problem for your business’ IT security. If you haven’t made the switch to other solutions by now, you are running out of options. Let’s quickly …

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Upgrades Are Necessary as Microsoft Retires Two Heavy Hitters

Windows might be the most popular operating system out there, but it’s not perfect. This is why your systems receive patches and security updates as they are released. The problem, however, is that these updates don’t last forever, and one of the most popular Windows systems out there will lose access to support on January …

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Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are Finally Losing Support

Microsoft Windows has been a staple of modern computing, with each title in the series offering more innovative features. When it becomes time to retire one of their OSs, it can be troublesome for businesses. This coming January, two of the most utilized versions of the Windows OS–Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will …

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Will These End Of Life Events Affect Your Company’s IT?

One of the best ways your organization’s network can remain secure is to always use the most recent version of any critical software solutions on your network. Unfortunately, making the jump to a more recent operating system is easier said than done, particularly for small businesses that have limited budgets. The problem of security becomes …

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Microsoft: Windows 7 In 2017 Is So Outdated That Patches Can’t Keep It Secure

Are you still running Windows 7 on any of your devices?  Or worse yet, Windows Vista or Windows XP?  If so, then our friends at ZDNet say that it is definitely time to upgrade as the security in Windows 7 is completely out of date and unable to keep up with modern security threats.  Windows …

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Microsoft Warns Users To Upgrade To Internet Explorer 11

Today marks the end of life for all versions of Internet Explorer prior to version 11.  Microsoft is encouraging all users to immediately upgrade to IE 11 as the older versions will no longer receive any security patches or updates.  Simply uninstalling the old versions is not enough either!  Microsoft recommends that you upgrade to …

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How to Let a Friend Use Your PC Without Compromising Your Data

We’ve all been in a situation where you’re asked by someone if they can use your personal computer for whatever reason; checking their social media, email, or just browsing the Internet. Some people, however, also want to protect their privacy, and allowing relatives to use your own account can become problematic. A quality solution to …

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