As advanced as modern tech is, some just aren’t meant to last forever.
Like other software products, your operating system isn’t void of mandatory upgrades. Come 2020 (just a stone’s throw away), both Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 will reach the end of their life cycle, also known as a software’s “end of life” (EOL).
So, what does this mean for your business, and what can you do to prepare for it?
Firstly, what is “end of life”?
A software product’s EOL refers to the date on which its providers stops offering users corresponding support or security updates.