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Infographic: Why your business needs to migrate to Windows 10 now

Windows 7 is out. Windows 10 is in. If you haven’t already, it’s time to move on.

Windows 7 has been a hugely successful OS, but in January 2020, it will lose technical support from Microsoft. With no further updates or patches, any business still running on Windows 7 may be caught out.

Plus, your organisation will be missing out on all the benefits of Windows 10. From advanced security to enhanced productivity, the new OS offers plenty of cutting edge technologies to empower your business.

January 2020 may seem like a long way off, but that deadline will come around quickly. While migration needn't be a daunting task, it definitely should not be left until the last moment. Below are ten reasons good reasons why you should start your migration plans now.

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