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OK, so we know we’ve talked a lot about Microsoft ending support for some of their products recently. (Take a look at our articles focusing on Exchange 2010 and Windows 2008 if you haven’t already.) There’s a very good reason […]

Following on from our article in May about end of life for various Microsoft products, which focused on Exchange 2010, we’re now looking at the implications of the withdrawal of extended support for Windows Server 2008. This will take place […]

Here at Jalapeno Business Services, we firmly believe that prevention is better than cure. That’s why we always recommend our clients take out a Managed IT Support service, so automated systems monitoring can be set up for your business. An […]

Other major products will also see extended support withdrawn at the same time 14th January 2020 is set to be something of a watershed date for Windows, with multiple products reaching the end of their extended support lifecycle phases, including […]

For many businesses, life slows down considerably between mid December and mid January. And whilst you’ll no doubt want to spend some time with your feet up, it’s also a great time to get some essential IT housekeeping tasks done. […]

At Jalapeno Business Services, we’re keen to help our clients save money and run their businesses more efficiently by investing in the right IT systems for their needs. One area where many companies could make significant savings is printing and […]

There’s only one reason for IT systems to exist in any business, and that’s to add value. What this means will vary by organisation; it could be improving productivity, supporting growth or driving change. Whatever the scenario, the same principle […]

Does your business have a disaster recovery plan in place? If not, it’s something you need to think seriously about implementing, to make sure your business can survive and continue trading if your IT systems are damaged or destroyed by […]

Several other systems will also see ‘end of life’ by October 2020 As of 11 April 2017, Microsoft has withdrawn extended support for the Vista operating system. Known as ‘end of life’, this means that Microsoft will no longer support […]

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