[EBOOK] Will your business be affected by The 2020 Problem?

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This is going to affect 1 in 3 businesses. That could include yours

In 2020, some of the most commonly used business software is coming to the end of its life.

That means it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So if there are any problems with it, they won’t be fixed. It’s likely the software will be targeted by hackers. And your business will no longer be GDPR-compliant.

Here’s a list of the affected software:

• Windows 7
• Office 2010
• Exchange 2010
• Small Business Server 2011
• Windows Server 2008

If your business is using any of this software, then you need to act quickly.

2020 seems like a long way away. But really, it’s not. And since upgrades can take months to properly implement, this is definitely not something you want to leave until the last minute.

We call this The 2020 Problem. And we’ve written a guide all about it.

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