Technology isn't supported forever. From hardware like the iPhone to software like QuickBooks, developers eventually cease support for older versions of their products. When you buy a new smartphone, for example, you can expect updates for a few years, if not longer. These updates include security patches and new or upgraded features. When the updates stop, the products will still be usable, but they may expose you to outside threats, such as malware or hacker exploits. Whether your hardware or software is for personal or business use, it's in your best interest to consider an upgrade. Many of us don't like spending the money, but it is necessary to stay up-to-date and secure. Don't put your data, or your customer data, at risk by avoiding an upgrade once the updates stop.

August 2020

This monthly publication provided courtesy of Tom Crossley President of Fairoaks IT

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