Countdown to 'The Death of Windows 7'
Windows 7 End of Life
With less than a year to go until Microsoft ends support for its ten-year-old operating system Windows 7, as many as 43% of enterprises are still running the outdated platform. Read the ‘Death of Windows 7’ Report and learn why you need a peer-to-peer technology to manage your migration to Windows 10 and to stay up-to-date on reoccurring Windows as a Service security updates.
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