Are you still running Windows 7?

Microsoft support for Windows 7 is over. It came to an end on January 14 which means Windows 7 users will no longer receive software updates, including critical security patches. So basically, if you’re still using Windows 7, you’re really vulnerable to cybersecurity risks, viruses and malware– it’s not a great place for your data to be. So, what now? …

How Will Windows 7 End of Life Affect Your Business?

Post January 14, 2020, your business could be at risk. The computers you use at work could be vulnerable to ransomware attacks and data breaches. 60 percent of companies fold within six months of a cyber attack. You could possibly lose your customers and ultimately your business. How is Your Business at Risk? Using outdated versions of Windows can put …

Windows 7 cannot cope with today’s vulnerabilities

Microsoft Windows 7 Operating system is approaching 10 years of age and is no longer supported in January 2020. According to a recent survey by Net Applications 36.52% of desktop devices are still using the Windows 7 operating system, compared to 43.62% running Windows 10. When Windows 7 was first launched ransomware attacks were not significant as they are today. …