All good things must come to an end, even Windows 7. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7. But you can keep the good times rolling by moving to Windows 10.
You've all heard the panic. Windows is cutting off support for its widely popular version 7 software. January 14, 2020 will officially mark Windows 7 End of Life. Many companies have used Windows 7 since its onset in 2009 and are still actively using it today. That means you will need to migrate every single device. It's possible you'll need to upgrade your hardwareas well. So, what's the big deal? Can you just stick with Windows 7 or will your computer self-destruct?
Yes, robocalls continue to increase - and there's no sign of them slowing down. In 2017, such automated communications accounted for barely 5% of all cell phone calls; in 2018, that number rose to nearly 30%. And 2019 is on track to top 50%.
Such calls fall into a number of different categories, from callers claiming to be with charitable organizations to supposed customer service communications from the IRS and Microsoft. Other familiar covers for robocalls include credit card companies, student debt lenders, utility companies, and even foreign governments.
It was a beautiful Spring day to gather in New Bo to sample some great beers and learn more about the services that Willis Dady offers.
This organization is close to our hearts since our President/CEO Jim Koch serves on it's board of directors. They fulfill a huge need in our community to
provide shelter and prevention services to the homeless and near-homeless.
This is always a fun event and each year it increases in size. We're proud of our partnership with Willis Dady and are excited about what the future holds for them.
With the increasing demands on IT due to the explosion in connected devices, your time and money are more valuable than ever.
Listen to this pre-recorded webinar as Aruba welcomes featured speaker, Brandon Butler of IDC, to discuss how you can simplify day-to-day network administration tasks and increase visibility and control to save you time and get the most out of your network.