The Clock is Ticking. End of Windows Support is Near.

Posted by Antonia Giacalone on Nov 14, 2019 3:22:19 PM
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On January 14, 2020, it’s the End of Life for Microsoft’s Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2. On October 13, 2020, it's the End of Life for Exchange Server 2010. Wondering what this means if you are currently using any of these Windows products at that time? It means the end of sales, end of support and end of monitoring and updates. It's time to start planning and budgeting.



We've got you covered.

New options are now available to help you upgrade and adopt the innovative technologies you need to carry your organization into the future. If you need additional time to manage the transition, get three years of Extended Security Updates to keep your workloads protected beyond the deadline.

Windows Server:

Upgrade on-premises and stay protected

  • Upgrade to Windows Server 2019 for greater innovation, built-in security, and container support
  • For continued protection beyond the deadline, buy up to three years of Extended Security Updates—cover only the servers you need while you upgrade.

Migrate to Azure with free security updates

  • Rehost Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 workloads to Azure
  • Get three years of Extended Security Updates at no additional charge, and upgrade to a current version when ready
  • Use existing licenses and save up to 80 percent on Azure Virtual Machines with Azure Hybrid Benefit and Reserved Instances

Windows 7

Whether you are upgrading an existing device, buying a new one, or just need help deploying, we have the help you need.

Upgrade to Windows 10 Pro

  • Built for business with enterprise-grade security, enhanced productivity, and the latest features to get more done.

Get started with a new device

  • PCs are lighter, faster, and more affordable than ever, so it makes sense for Windows 7 users to transition to a new device with Windows 10 installed.

Exchange 2010: Migration to Office

With Exchange 2010 reaching its end of support, this is a great time to explore your options and prepare a migration plan. You can:

  • Migrate fully to Office 365. Migrate mailboxes using cutover, minimal hybrid, or full hybrid migration, then remove on-premises Exchange servers and Active Directory.
  • Migrate your Exchange 2010 servers to Exchange 2016 on your on-premises servers.

How can Lincoln IT Assist?

Our team is here to help you assess your current environment and migrate your business to current versions. We are available to help you at every step of the journey.

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