END OF EXTENDED SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS 7, SERVER 2008 AND EXCHANGE 2010

Microsoft announced the end of extended support will be on January 14, 2020 for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Exchange 2010. This means that these operating systems and services will no longer be patched or supported. This makes  devices with these operating systems and services a threat to your network because vulnerabilities and exploits are never fixed.

WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

You can upgrade your computers and laptops to Windows 10. Servers can be upgraded to Windows 2012 R2 or higher. Exchange 2010 can be upgraded to Exchange 2013 or higher.

It is recommended that all computers, laptops and servers have the latest antivirus, antimalware, strong passwords and any end of life software does not access the internet to minimize the chance of compromise.

WHAT PALMER TECHNOLOGY OFFERS

Palmer Technology Solutions can assist you with upgrading any of your existing computers, laptops or servers to the latest supported operating system. We also offer Proactive Monitoring and Maintenance(PMM) which alerts on critical hardware and software issues and automatically patches servers, computers and laptops.

If your company already has PMM and you are not sure if you have these operating systems Palmer Technology Solutions can provide an asset summary report of all the devices in your network.

http://palmerts.com/it-services/monitoring-backup/

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