Windows 7 Support Has Ended It's a Hacker's Paradise...

And TRINUS is here to help you make the transition and ensure your business remains secure.

As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will not release any more Security Patches for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 – This will have major Security ramifications, if not addressed.

Here's what we can help with:

  • Investigate and analyze what IT systems are affected.
  • Determine what can be upgraded and what needs to be replaced.
  • Determine what application software needs to be upgraded at the same time.
  • Develop an upgrade plan, including new equipment specifications.
  • Obtain quotes for new equipment and upgrade services.
  • Obtain approval for your upgrade plan.
  • Order equipment and software.
  • Deploy new equipment, software and perform the upgrades.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve system bugs.
  • Decommission and dispose of old equipment.

Groups affected by the W7EOL news include:

  • Groups using Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, Small Business Server (SBS) 2011, Exchange (Email) Server 2010, and SQL (Database) Server 2008.
  • Medical Clinics, including Dental Clinics, Hearing Care Clinics, Physiotherapists, Massage Clinics, and more
  • Small and Medium Businesses (SMB’s)
  • Not-for-Profits
  • Municipalities
  • Regulatory groups

TRINUS can help.

W7EoL / The Clock is Ticking... The End of Windows 7 is but 45 Business Days Away! Upgrading Windows 7-enabled computers in your organization before January 14th, 2020, is not just a trivial annoyance. Ignoring the problem could place your entire operations at risk. November 06, 2019
W7EoL / Break's Over! - Its Time to Treat the End of Windows 7 Seriously. This is a BIG DEAL. It has the potential to disrupt IT systems world-wide, and unlike previous retirements of popular desktop operating systems (such as XP), the ramifications of delaying an upgrade - or worse, NOT upgrading - could be catastrophic. September 04, 2019
W7EoL / 150 Million Reasons ... A Rainy-day Topic About Why Microsoft Software Needs To Be Upgraded. The recent announcement that Microsoft are retiring Windows 7 and a host of server operating systems and applications, have spawned more than one WHY question. July 06, 2019
W7EoL / It's Like Déjà Vu All Over Again: Microsoft Retires Windows 7, Office 2010, and a Host of Server-based Systems For Microsoft, it's déjà vu all over again.  They've just announced that the official retirement of Windows 7 will be January, 2020, and Windows 10 will be the only viable alternative. June 26, 2019

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