Any craftsman will tell you that it’s tough to do a good job without the proper tools. Implementing the latest technology also helps your small business compete for the top talent. Meanwhile, given the prevalence of malicious cyber breaches, every business large or small needs to protect their data. Knowing your customer and employee data stays safe allows you to focus on your business, rather than your business network.
However, if your organization operates Windows 7 and Office 2010, you are about to develop significant security vulnerabilities. Microsoft plans to end support for Windows 7 on Jan. 14, 2020. The end-of-life deadline for Office 2020 will follow close behind.
As you transition away from Windows 7, it’s important to ensure that you have a productive and secure experience. That’s where the enterprise-level security features and powerful mobile device management capabilities of Microsoft 365 come into play.
Microsoft 365 Business
When you upgrade to Microsoft 365 Business on a new Windows 10 device, you get all the tools your business needs to maximize productivity, efficiency, communication, collaboration and mobility. Your Microsoft 365 Business account includes the latest versions of Office 365, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive and more. With Microsoft 365, your data gets protected on any device, and you also get robust email and file storage and sharing capabilities.
At Capital Network Solutions, we have been helping small businesses throughout Northern California solve their technology problems since 1989. Contact CNS at (916) 366-6566 to find out how we can help your business stay secure and productive in an ever-evolving threat landscape.
In the article linked below, Microsoft 365 General Manager Bernardo Caldas discusses three prominent small businesses that use Windows 10 and Office 365 to keep growing and stay secure. Join the successful companies that adopted Microsoft 365 Business, including The Pur Company, John’s Crazy Socks, and Meals on Wheels.
READ MORE: “Helping Small Businesses Protect Their Greatest Asset—Their Data”