Following on from end of support for Windows XP in April 2014, we are now rapidly approaching Windows Server 2003 end of life.
Are you doing enough to safeguard and protect your small business data?
Small businesses are widely adopting data back-up practices to ensure data is retrievable should a disaster occur, but gaps remain. According to a July 2012 study by accounting software company Sage, the bulk of small businesses are backing up key data such as financial information, but most businesses back up that data on-site only. Furthermore, the study found that only 38 percent of surveyed small businesses have a formal emergency or disaster preparedness plan.
One of the most popular and longest lived Microsoft operating systems that we all know and love, Windows XP, has almost run its course. The clock is ticking... And on April 8, 2014, Windows XP will officially be “dead”, with no more extended support, and—more importantly—no more security patches. Hopefully, this news does not come as a surprise, as Microsoft has foretold the fate of XP since its release back in 2001.
As a new year 2014 gets underway, we want to thank you for allowing us to serve you; in the past and the future. Looking forward to the new year, we want you to know that our team is committed to consistently providing you with the best IT service possible, while continuing to expand our services to fit your needs. Computer and Network Solutions is now expanding Cloud based services to include...