Category: Hardware

Windows Server 2012 is going End of Life EOL

Windows Server 2012 is Going End of Life

Windows Server is Microsoft’s Operating System (OS) that provides essential data engagement and management functions. Historically, Microsoft releases a new version of its Windows Server every four years, with each version being supported for a lifespan of 10 years. This includes 5 years of mainstream support and 5 years of ...
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4 Practical Steps to Take When Hardware and Software Expire

When a software or hardware product reaches its End of Life (EoL) or End of Service (EoS), it's no longer supported by the manufacturer. This can be a cause of concern for organizations like yours because unsupported technologies have no routine internal security measures or support from the manufacturer. The ...
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3 Technology End-of-Service Myths

It's crucial to keep all software and hardware up to date to maintain optimal security. If you don’t, cybercriminals can easily infiltrate your network and the chances for downtime increase significantly. However, many businesses don't realize that expired software/hardware can actually be one of the most prominent security risks hindering ...