Microsoft Windows 7 End Of Life

From January 2020, Windows 7 and Server 2008 will no longer receive support from Microsoft. These systems are now a decade old and without the technical support, there is a security risk posed to schools who will be impacted by the change.

Why is this happening?

Windows 7 is coming to it’s ‘end of life’. Upgrades will result in a much faster and more effective service with no risk to the security of your devices.

When will these changes happen?

On the 14th January 2020, Microsoft will no longer support any devices still using Windows 7 and 2008. This is why it is imperative schools are prepared. To receive a free report on your schools - please fill in the form.

How can Computeam help you?

  • We can provide a FREE report of your old hardware. This will indicate if Windows 10 is an appropriate upgrade and if so, provide you with accurate pricing.

  • We can plan for any new equipment requirements. There are cashback offers available for returning out of date Windows 7 devices and we will let you know all of the options available to you.

  • We can offer alternative strategies for extending the life of existing hardware to secure the technological future of your school.

  • We are happy to discuss any anti-virus requirements if your contracts are expiring.

What should I do now?

Using the form on this page, you can book a free discovery session with a member of our team. This meeting comes with no obligation but will allow the team to show you how many devices will be affected and there will be an overview of the work needed to ensure your school is not at risk.

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