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The risk of end-of-life technology around Operating System and Security

Using End-of-Life Software Poses a Threat to Organisations

Computer hardware and software were designed with an expiration date. With new technology being released every day, older systems become obsolete when they can’t handle the amount of data that needs to be processed, can’t support new applications, or fall out of warranty.

Many organisations fail to upgrade their end-of-life products, because it’s inconvenient and costly, however, ignoring the dangers of EOL software may actually end up costing them more money, time, and stress than if they had just replaced the software in the first place.

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IT Infrastructure for your Home office

Build a Better IT Infrastructure for Remote Work

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses across Australia to switch to a business model that embraces a work from home routine indefinitely. While some businesses are beginning to adapt to this new and unusual change, others are struggling to keep up with the ever changing landscape.

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