Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 Reaching End of Support
Is your business still running on Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2?
According to Microsoft, support for these servers will end on October 10th, 2023. This means that after October 10th, they will no longer be getting security updates, non-security updates, bug fixes, or technical support. This makes all businesses running on these servers easy targets for hackers.
If your business is still running on a Server 2012 system, chances are you’re relying on other old hardware and technology at your office. Keeping your hardware and software up to date is best business practice—relying on old, unsupported hardware automatically puts your business at significant risk.
What’s the risk? Keeping your business on an outdated server means you’ll likely experience frequent crashes, incompatibility with new software, limited or terminated technical support, and (arguably most importantly) high vulnerability to ransomware and other cyberattacks. And those are just the bigger issues—issues with performance and efficiency are sure to plague you daily as well.
Protect Your Business with Ann Arbor Tech Support
Network Services Group can help you migrate all your old system data to new software and hardware. Our priority is keeping your sensitive data safe and secure, as well as keeping your business running smoothly. Reach out to Ann Arbor tech support to speak with an IT expert, and we’ll help you make a plan to update your tech and protect your business.
To get started, call (877) 815-6974 or submit a contact form here.