Microsoft is about to pull the support plug on Windows 7. Unless you update your computers to Windows 10 (or another supported operating system), you’ll be putting your business security and productivity at huge risk.
We can’t stop technology from evolving, but we can help you to understand these risks and guide you through the steps you need to take for a smooth transition to Windows 10.
Sign up for Goodbye Windows 7: How to Avoid a Nightmare When Microsoft Pulls the Support Plug and get the information you need to make informed decisions on how your business should handle this situation.
In this 30-minute webinar, you’ll learn:
- Why Microsoft is discontinuing support for Windows 7 (and Server 2008).
- How up-to-date software is an important layer in your cyber defenses.
- Potential hardware and software incompatibility problems that might surprise you.
- How to start planning the transition to Windows 10.
- The biggest mistakes that companies make when an end-of-support date is announced.
Fill out the form below to register for this short, informative webinar. Can't make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording of the webinar so you can watch at your convenience.
About the Presenters
Courtney Casey, Director of Marketing
In an industry dominated by men, Courtney Casey, Director of Marketing for Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., is making her mark on the world of information technology. Courtney has been immersed in the IT field most of her life and has been molded into the tech savvy expert she is today.
Known in Southern California as the "Tech Girl," Courtney is a regular columnist for multiple Southern California News Group publications, such as The Press-Enterprise and The Orange County Register. Her columns address topical news trends, new technology products, and offer advice on how to embrace technology or avoid common IT pitfalls.
Corey Kaufman, Director of Client Development
Corey is Director of Client Development for Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. He earned his B.S. in Business Management and Political Science from San Diego State University in 2007.
In his role as Director of Client Development, Corey leads the Technology Consulting and Client Success teams, and works closely with all other departments to ensure clients can achieve their business goals without technology getting in the way.