Windows 7 End of Life is Here Know the Risks and Your Options

2 years ago | by Chris O'Brien

windows 7 end of life

More than 350 million PCs worldwide are still running Windows 7 đŸ˜± Most small and medium-sized businesses aren’t aware that they face huge risks including:

👉 Vulnerabilities and Cyberattacks
👉 The High Cost of a Data Breach
👉 Applications Will No Longer Run On Windows 7

Microsoft no longer provides free security updates or support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008/ 2008 R2 Operating Systems (OS).

This means there are no more patches available and no more technical support from Microsoft. If you continue using Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008/R2, your systems are at risk due to potential new vulnerabilities and cyber attacks, unless you plan on paying for Windows Extended Security Updates (ESU).

To avoid paying these high support costs and to enable successful migration, companies should make the move and upgrade to Windows 10 or Windows Server 2019.

We’ve partnered with a strategic software vendor to get you up-to-date information on the risks, reasons why you may not have upgraded, and the pluses for upgrading including options going forward.

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