From 14th January, Windows 7 is dead. So is Office 2010. And a set of popular server software.
Microsoft has killed them off, because they’re no longer fit for purpose.
And if you have just one machine in your business still running this dead software, you’re at risk.
We believe that hackers who’ve discovered vulnerabilities over the last year or so, have been sitting quietly, biding their time. And now they will start to exploit those vulnerabilities. Because there’s no-one to patch the software and stop them.
There’s also the matter of GDPR. End of life software is technically in breach of GDPR rules.
We believe thousands of business owners and managers in Essex and Herts don’t know they are relying on dead tech.
It’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Most people are the same – they don’t know what they’re running their business on. And to a certain extent, they don’t care.
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In January, Microsoft is withdrawing support for some of its most popular old business software. This creates a huge problem for organisations everywhere, because when it inevitably fails, it can’t be fixed.