What Does End of Support Mean?

Without continued security and software updates, you will be at greater risk for viruses and malware. In addition, Microsoft customer service will no longer provide technical support. Now is the time to make the shift to Windows 10, as Microsoft will no longer provide security and software updates, as well as technical support for Windows 7 or other products after support has ended.

 

The end of support not only leaves you more vulnerable to security risks and viruses, but will also impact your business in other ways:

Make the shift to Windows 10 and Microsoft 365

In the new era of intelligent computing, employees expect technology to work around their needs – connecting them to their colleagues, data and applications, wherever they are. Designed to keep the always-connected user secure, Windows 10 comes pre-installed on the world’s largest selection of business devices. Microsoft 365 brings together the best-in-class productivity of apps for business with simple device management and security. Learn more about how Microsoft 365 fosters a culture of collaboration and connects your people and information in an intelligent new way.

 

Moreover, here are some of the benefits of shifting to Windows 10 and Microsoft 365:

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Find end of support dates for other Microsoft products

Know when to upgrade by visiting Microsoft Lifecycle Policy.

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Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

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SharePoint Server 2010 (Oct 2020)

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Exchange Server 2010 (Oct 2020)

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Office 2010 client (Oct 2020)

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