Every day we become more and more reliant on technology for our day-to-day tasks, whether this is using social media, accessing online banking or ordering your online shop. Hence, it is crucial to protect your online self from any potential threats that could infiltrate your online presence.
On 14th January, support ended for Windows 7, Windows Small Business Server 2011 and Windows Server 2008 (and 2008 R2). This means that they will no longer receive security fixes which leaves these exposed to hackers and malware that could infect your systems.
Details of this can be seen in the below video:
What do you need to do?
Ashgates IT can assist in migrating your business to the latest, most efficient versions of Windows, Windows Server, Office and SQL Server. This will ensure your business is protected by receiving the latest security patches and benefits from the latest software features that will no longer be installed if you are still running this software. We would strongly recommend that you look at upgrading if you are currently running any of this software.
We can audit and assess your systems which will enable us to develop a roadmap for getting your business up to date in a timely manner.
If you would like to enquire then please get in touch.
With the festive period coming up, we can confirm our Support Helpdesk hours are:
Mon 23 December: 08:00 - 17:30 (as normal)
Tue 24 December: 08:30 - 12:30
Wed 25 December: Closed
Thu 26 December: Closed
Fri 27 December: Closed
Mon 30 December: 08:30 - 16:30
Tue 31 December 08:30 - 16:30
Wed 1 January: Closed
Thu 2 January onwards: 08:00 - 17:30 (as normal)
In 2020, Microsoft will be ending support for the following applications:
Due to the ongoing work on the A52, the westbound slip road on and off the A52 have been closed to allow for the next phase of work to be completed. As a result of this, major delays have been occurring on Pride Park and the surrounding area. When travelling to our office while this is going on please allow additional time for your journey.
Please also refer to the Derby Telegraph for additional updates (linked below).
Derby Telegraph - https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/all-about/traffic-and-travel