Windows 7 end of life

Windows 7 Migration

With Windows 7 approaching the end of support deadline, it’s time to get cracking on upgrading your organization to Windows 10.

You may be aware that Microsoft has announced that extended support for Windows 7 will cease in January 2020.

It is estimated that up to 30% of businesses are still using Windows 7 so they should be actively planning to upgrade.

What does end of support mean?

If you continue to use Windows 7 after support your system will still work, but may become more vulnerable to security risks, viruses and cyber-attacks as Microsoft will cease providing software and security updates.

How can Novem help?

The good news is that Novem can help you migrate your Windows 7 System to Windows 10.  In most of the things that really matter to your business – speed, security, interface ease, compatibility, and software tools—Windows 10 is a massive improvement over its predecessors. And as a Microsoft Partner, we here at Novem offer full scale migration services and can help your business upgrade outdated systems and infrastructure to meet your requirements.

Will I be impacted?

The end of Windows 7 will impact your business regardless of if you make the move to Windows 10 or not. For those that don’t heed the warnings and don’t want to make their staff more productive we wish you good luck in your business endeavours.

What can I do?

If you would like to speak to one of our experts, please email us at info@novem-it.co.uk or call 0800 046 9957 for more information.  Or fill in our Contact Form and we will be pleased to contact you.

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Case Study

Unibox

What We Did

  • Embarked on a phase migration and upgrade schedule moving all business PC user hardware to the latest version of Windows 10
  • Migrated all business systems and services from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2019
  • Completed a Microsoft office 365 migration from a legacy on premise email solution, Migrating all user mailbox Data
  • Installed a 1GB Leased symmetrical internet service with a fully monitored Fibre To The Cabinet service as a backup to a primary connection failure
  • Installed the full Datto business continuity solution with external cloud backups.
  • Daily monitoring and testing of the solution daily with the client receiving full verification notifications
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Results

  • 100 percent system availability with a fail-proof business continuity strategy
  • Business process transformation with improved enterprise messaging and collaboration with the introduction of Office 365
  • All areas of the business operate from a modern, productive platform utilizing Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10
  • Business piece of mind utilising a fully managed and monitored Business continuity platform

Read the full case study here: https://novem-it.co.uk/case-study/unibox