Upgrading now to the current Windows operating system renders data more secure and makes good business sense as well.
Hoboken, New Jersey (PRWEB)
June 22, 2017
A NYC area IT consultant and MSP reminds PC users of the coming Windows 7 end of support deadline and offers advice on planning for the transition to Windows 10—in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. After discussing the risks of remaining on Windows 7, steps to prepare for a Windows 10 migration are presented.
In the informative article, the company urges business leaders to check all devices and software applications for compatibility with Windows 10, determine a strategy for addressing incompatibility issues, and to make sure employees receive adequate training in new Windows 10 features.
“Windows 10 offers both security advantages and productivity enhancing features,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “Upgrading now to the current Windows operating system renders data more secure and makes good business sense as well.”
Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Prepare Now for Windows 7 End of Support.”
“Two years after Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7, NetMarketShare reports that almost 50% of desktop computers worldwide still use the popular operating system. With Windows 7 end of support quickly approaching, businesses need to forestall costly security and compliance issues and plan for the future by upgrading to Windows 10.”
“Because Windows 7 remains so popular, it presents a desirable target for attackers who focus on well-documented system vulnerabilities. For example, nearly all of the victims of the recent WannaCry attack used Windows 7. During the extended support phase, it is critical that organizations install all security…