End of Life = Greater Risk! Every Windows product has a life cycle. It begins when a product is released and ends when it is no longer supported by Microsoft. Microsoft will discontinue all support – including paid support and all updates, including security updates. This leaves your system open to future threats of new…
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Wireless & Cloud computing, the introduction of Windows 10, and the desire for mobility have all driven workers to acquire better and faster computers. But which computer is the right fit for your workplace? Is the standard desktop or laptop computer still the best choice? Which device will provide the most productivity and flexibility?