As Windows 7 comes to the end of its life, applications in enterprise desktop and virtualization environments everywhere will feel the effects.
Luckily, there are a couple of things you can do if your applications depend on windows 7: You can use a very old Windows server platform or jump on the virtualization bandwagon.
Jan 14, 2020, support for Windows 7 will have ended. On that day, any newly found security holes will not be fixed by Microsoft.
This is such a serious threat that all companies housing financial and medical information are being required by law to upgrade any and all computer systems running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 because firewalls and anti-virus software will NOT be sufficient to completely protect them (or you).
And while January 14, 2020 may seem like a waysoff today, updating an IT infrastructure is a large task that takesconsiderable time. It's important you take action NOW, before it's too late.
Windows 7 support will be ending January 14th 2020. Make sure you have a migration plan.
We have a couple of ways we can backup your servers. Either just the data, or image backups with data being transmitted off site. Protect your business by protecting the data critical to your business. Call us for more information.
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Virus and malware removal.
If you find that your computer is infected, and don't now how to remove it, PacInfo can help.Removing viruses can take a lot of time or a little time to remove. However, for your protection, we clean your computer of the malware for a flat rate fee, so you can have peace of mind when you bring your computer in for cleaning. Normally that fee is $159, but for a limited time we are offering to do it for $120.You just need to bring your computer to our office. If you want to prevent viruses from getting on your computer, you can check out PacInfo's managed antivirus service where removal is discounted even more and often we can work on the computer remotely and you don't need to bring it in.
We are proud to announce that Willamette.Net has joined forces with Pacinfo Internet Solutions of Eugene, creating the largest locally owned Internet service provider in the southern Willamette Valley.The merger of Eugene's two oldest and largest ISPs combines both companies' considerable resources to provide expanded Internet services, which include broadband, dial-up, website design and hosting, e-mail, off-site backup, and server co-location.The merger will not affect current Willamette.Net or Pacinfo customers.According to CEO Randy McMillan, "Both Willamette.Net and Pacinfo are known for high quality service and support.That commitment will not change."
Changewill come in the form of the relocation of the PacInfo servers to the currentoffices of Willamette.Net. "The server room facilities at Willamette.Net aresuperior to our current location, and it only makes sense to use the bestfacilities to provide our customers the best service" says McMillan.
The merger allows PacInfo to better implement their off-site backup services and provide a more robust server room environment for customers who need a place to house their servers in an Internet data center. The combined companies will now have increased resources to provide expanded Internet services, including broadband, dial-up, website design and hosting, e-mail, off-site backup, and server co-location.
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