January is only around the corner,and as stressful as this can be,this is the month that support ends for windows server 2008 and windows 7!
January 14th server support for 2008 will stop being supported, and on the 22nd Windows 7 will stop being supported also.
What does this mean?
Well; it means that you could be putting your business at serious risk!When support ends, windows will stop offering bug fixes as well as security updates, subsequently leaving your systems vulnerable to more cyber attacks and also letting hackers take advantage of “day zero” bugs, which is the use of previously unknown software issues that people could potentially use to steal data or threaten your security measures.
As support ends, any bugs left unfixed propose a threat to your systems and therefore your business.
So,how do you upgrade?
Thankfully, it is not a very invasive process to upgrade to windows 10.One method is as simple as going to this website and following the instructions provided by Microsoft here: ( https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10 ).
Although sometimes it is not as simple, which is where we can help. We can help your business upgrade efficiently and restore your data and settings in no time.
With windows server 2008, you can find lots of upgrade options through Microsoft’s website and customer service line , or here at spiderweb we can talk to you about server upgrades as well as windows upgrades, just send us an email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) outlining what you need help with and we’ll do our best to recommend software or hardware to suit your needs.