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End of life for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

You’ve probably seen the headlines and know the deadline is fast approaching.  On January 14, 2020 Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 will no longer be supported.  This means you need to get new computers and servers to replace the ones you have today that are too old to support the newest operating system.  For your business, that can mean buying 10, 20 or 50 computers or multiple servers that you may not have budget for, either this year or next.

We understand your predicament, which is why we created a program so you can get brand new computers without all the upfront costs.  You simply roll the hardware into the monthly service fee. It’s to what copiers have done for years. With technology changing so quickly and computers needing to be upgraded every three to four years, more companies are using this model because it gives you new computers now without huge expenditures up front. And you can count this cost toward operating expense rather than capital expenditure as well as no local property tax, no depreciation, and other tax reasons.

With new computers, you’re protected from the threats that come from unsupported products. You’ve got brand new hardware that will make your employees happier and more productive, give your customers a better experience, and keep you secure and in compliance with industry regulations. In short, it will be a catalyst to help you grow your business.

Not sure whether you’re running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 and want some help to find out? Give us a call! Let us help you experience more of the facets of Worry-Free IT.

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