Windows Server 2008 R2 End-of-Life Support Looms. The Time to Act is Now!

It seems like we just went through this with Windows Server 2003, but we’ll soon be losing yet another popular Microsoft standby – Windows Server 2008 R2. End-of-life mainstream support for the system has already ceased as of January 13, 2015, but the big blow is still ahead. Read more

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Microsoft has publicly announced January 14, 2020, as the end date for extended support, also known as End of Life (EOL), for the Windows 7 operating system. As of this date, Microsoft will no longer produce any patches or updates to address known or otherwise newly discovered issues for the Windows 7 platform. This potentially exposes users of devices with the Windows 7 operating system to vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited by threat actors—exploits, bugs, viruses, and ransomware. So, if you’re one of the 40% of global organizations still using Windows 7 as your main operating system,* we’d like to help you successfully migrate off of Windows 7.

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