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Upgrade to Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022

Cybersecurity breaches are far more likely when you have outdated systems and software, and can cripple your entire network, exposing you, your team and your clients to productivity and data loss, including IP and private data, putting the integrity of the entire organisation at risk. 

To keep Windows as secure as possible, Microsoft recommends that you upgrade to the latest version. Versions of Windows that are listed as “end of service” have reached the end of their support period and will no longer receive security updates. Windows 11 is the latest major release of Microsoft’s operating system which has now matured to the point where it can be safely used in all businesses over Windows 10, and is now being deployed by us on all new builds. 

Windows 11 includes a multitude of enhancements including improved security from boot with security requirements at a firmware level as a pre-requisite; improved app security and flexibility making it both safer and even easier to use; improved integration with Teams and Microsoft 365 making collaboration easier than ever before; improved window snapping support for large monitors, important with many businesses moving to 34 – 49” curved screens and above and more. 

Windows 10 reaches end of support in October 2025, planning in advance for fleet-wide upgrades should begin now to ensure you’re ready.  Talk to us to get the Windows 11 planning and any new hardware purchases underway. 

Along with the PC operating system update Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 are reaching end of life in October 2023 so planning a server upgrade for the current or coming financial year is a must if you’re running one of these systems.  Our client management team are available to help you plan and execute the rollout of these upgrades. 

Contact one of our Client Managers today on (09) 8692808 or email to plan your hardware upgrade.

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