Major Update:

Microsoft announced that January 14 of 2020 will be the cutoff for support on their Windows 7 software. This means that Windows 7 is now officially, as of the date this article is being released, one year away from going end of life.

What this means for current Windows 7 users:

One year from now, Windows will stop creating updates and security fixes leaving current users vulnerable. Our team wants Windows 7 users to know, upgrading your operating system (OS) doesn’t have to be difficult. If you are a current MSP client using Windows 7, don’t worry, your dedicated client account manager (CAM) will be reaching out to start a conversation about upgrading. For anyone that lies outside the scope of an MSP client that wants to open a dialog about upgrading your OS, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Contact us:

(503) 972-7272| support@pdx.net

We are available to assist your company in upgrading to a modern OS. One of the pillars of our business is helping organizations capitalize on technology that will enhance their workflow.

Resources For More Information:

Microsoft: Windows 7 End of Support

CNET: Microsoft Will Stop Supporting Windows 7 One Year From Today

 

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