[EBOOK] 12 month countdown…. The 2020 Problem

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The 12 month countdown has begun… is your business protected from the 2020 problem?

It might have only just turned 2019. But we want you to look ahead to next January, in 2020.

Because there’s a major software problem on the way… and it’s going to affect half of all businesses and organisations.

In January 2020 Microsoft is ending the life of lots of old versions of popular software.

This includes the 2010 version of Office, some popular server software – and Windows 7.

If you have even one computer that runs any of this software, you’ve got a major headache from next January.

In fact, your business will be at severe risk of being hacked, as well as no longer being GDPR-compliant.

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We’ve put together a brand new guide to help you see if your business will be affected – anyone can check, regardless of technical ability.

Plus we tell you why you mustn’t wait till next year to take action. This problem has to be tackled now.

The guide is free for business owners and managers. Fill in your details here to get it emailed to you immediately.



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