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Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 End-of-Life

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 End-of-Life

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Microsoft has officially announced that it will retire support on the Windows 7 operating system and Windows Server 2008 R2 on January 14, 2020. That means any computer or server with these operating systems installed will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inflicting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.

This is such a serious threat that all companies housing financial and medical information are being required by law to upgrade any and all computer systems running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 because firewalls and anti-virus software will NOT be sufficient to completely protect them (or you).

Unless you don’t care about cyber criminals running rampant in your company’s server, you MUST upgrade any servers or workstations running these operating systems. And January 14, 2020 is just around the corner, Updating an IT infrastructure is a large task that takes considerable time. It’s important you take action NOW, before it’s too late.

My company has committed to helping businesses in the Winchester area by offering a Microsoft Risk Assessment and Migration Plan.

At no cost, we’ll come to your office and conduct a Risk Assessment to not only determine what specific computers and servers will be affected by this announcement, but also to assess other security, backup and efficiency factors that could be costing you in productivity and hard dollars.

After performing this Assessment, I’m confident…

…that we will not only be able to expose a number of security risks and issues that you weren’t aware of, but also find ways to make your business FAR more efficient and productive. We’ll also put together a customized Migration Plan and determine if you can upgrade your old Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 machines or if you will need to replace any or all hardware.

  • We may be able to eliminate the need for you to replace hardware and software. We’ve developed a unique, little-known way for businesses like yours to get a completely new, upgraded network with full help-desk support and services for a very affordable, flat monthly payment. This plan gives you everything you need without the huge hit to cash flow.
  • Giving you instant disaster recovery and the peace of mind that comes with it. You’ll never lose data or be down for extended periods due to a server crash, hardware failure, employee mistake, fire or other data-erasing disaster. Depending on the type of backup you’re using now, we might even be able to  reduce monthly expense altogether.
  • Lowering your IT support and maintenance costs. We can typically save our clients money while giving you and your employees the freedom and flexibility to work from anywhere, anytime, on any device, thanks to new cloud solutions we have available.

If nothing else, you’ll gain a 3rd-party review of your computer network’s security for free. To claim your Free Risk Assessment and Migration Plan, as well as to get more details, click the button below:

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    I also want to assure you that this consultation will not be a ‘heavy pressure’ sales meeting but a frank and informative consultation that will arm you with the information and facts you need to best address this issue. Should you decide to seek our advice and services after this consultation, we’ll welcome that opportunity. However, if you choose to take another direction or implement it on your own, that’s fine too.

 

I will call within the week to make sure you’ve seen this letter and to schedule your Free Risk Assessment. I would URGE YOU NOT TO PROCRASTINATEI

Important:

Due to the intensive one-on-one time required to conduct these Risk Assessments, we can only make them available for free until we receive 25 requests, whichever comes first. Please contact us today.

Dave Brehaut

 

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