Microsoft announced that after January 14, 2020, security updates or support for Windows 7 will cease as it channels its resources to supporting newer technologies. After this deadline, Windows 7 will continue to start and run, but users will no longer be able to receive both security and non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, and online technical content updates from Microsoft.
In a nutshell, outdated Windows OS such as Windows 7 are considered security risks and susceptible to threats, including malware, for businesses.
Thus, for enterprises to get the full service and security, Wordtext Systems, Inc. (WSI) — authorized Microsoft distributor — and its partners are urging companies and enterprises to consider: 1) upgrading their hardware 2) upgrading to Windows 10 Pro 3) subscribing to the latest Microsoft Office solutions.
Considering that the end of support deadline is barely two months away, WSI is urging its corporate and enterprise customers to inquire on how to upgrade hardware and their Windows OS fast and seamlessly via their IT e-commerce site, www.wesellit.ph.
WESELLIT is the country’s first pure IT e-commerce site for Small and Midsize Businesses (SMBs). The site offers a wide range of hardware and software brands and has partnered with authorized resellers nationwide, all equipped with technical capabilities. This assures SMBs that they will find IT products that would fit their different IT requirements on WESELLIT.
Through partnerships with major IT vendors such as Microsoft and Autodesk, WESELLIT is proud to be the only e-commerce player that can offer Electronic Software Delivery (ESD) and license subscription online.
The site carries the latest HP computer products that will enable SMBs to upgrade to the latest Windows 10 Operating System and Microsoft Office licenses. As a certified and accredited e-marketplace for Microsoft products, WESELLIT guarantees business users that all products purchased through the site are genuine and authentic.