Microsoft Announces End of Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server R2.

As a trusted IT provider, we always want to ensure you're aware of any changes occurring with your technology. Microsoft has announced that on January 14th, 2020 extended support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server R2 will end.

What does this mean?

The end of extended support means no security updates, compliance concerns, and the potential to be unable to update on your current application versions. It may also expose your systems to security attacks or make your business out of compliance with industry regulations such as PCI Compliance and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

What to do

Due to these circumstances, we highly recommend that your business migrates to a version newer than 2008 of Windows. Moving your data over to the new system will take time, so we recommend updating as soon as possible. Avoid business disruptions and use this as an opportunity to modernize your application stack.

Don't know how this will affect your business?

Don't worry, Nutmeg Technologies is here for you. We are offering up to three hours of a free remote assessment (minimum of 20 PCs, 1 server) of your current Windows environment to determine what systems are in jeopardy and to help you formulate a plan to navigate the upcoming changes as seamlessly and economically as possible.

Give us a call at (860)899-2222.