It’s exciting times at Microsoft as Windows 10 has been given a launch date of 29th July. This is a free upgrade for many Windows users – but before you press the upgrade button ensure your business is ready. You may notice an icon already appearing in your taskbar to reserve your copy of Windows 10 – you can now reserve your free upgrade by registering…but read on before you install.
The only solution to save your data is to take timely backups and take the usual steps to Prevent Ransomware from getting onto your computer.
Server 2003 is going End of Support, what does this mean to you?
• On July 14th 2015 Windows Server 2003 will no longer be supported by Microsoft. This will include Security Updates and Patches as well.
• Visa and MasterCard may no longer do business with companies using Windows Server 2003 once it goes end of extended support as they won’t be compliant.
If you run a Windows Server 2003 or Small Business Server 2003 now is the time to take action, The average time from business planning to completion from 2003 to an up to date O/S takes 100 days.
Based on our analysis of the vulnerabilities and how we use the OpenSSL library, this batch of vulnerabilities primarily affects users as a “Denial of Service” possibility (it could cause web-servers to crash), rather than as an information disclosure vulnerability. Customer traffic and customer SSL keys continue to be protected.
Midland work closely with ICT Desktop Support Officer Richard Moore, who supports the schools located in Telford, Shropshire.
Mike Haycox, Educational Account Manager at Midland Computers stated “We have developed a great relationship with Richard over the last few years providing him with the latest technology to help him maintain the networks he supports”.