Still running Windows 7? Here’s what you need to know
Windows 7 became beloved as an operating system, and for good reason.
It improved on its predecessor by upping speed and stability, as well as reducing non-essential programs and improving the interface. Windows 10, the most recent version of Windows, has built upon the look and feel of Windows 7 with an even better performance capability.
However, there are some common misconceptions about Windows 10 that are still leaving organisations hesitant to upgrade their IT. This blog will address these misconceptions and explain why making the shift a modern desktop is a great opportunity to innovate across your entire organisation.“My organisation isn’t at risk from security threats or hackers.”
Actually, almost half of organisations have experienced a cyber attack – 60% of those organisations then go out of business within six months. Windows 7 is nearly a decade old, which leaves it vulnerable to new and emerging security threats. To take the best possible care of your data and networks, and effectively protect your organisation, you need to run the latest version of Windows on all your devices.eBook – To the Modern Desktop and Beyond