PC Prices Could Be Affected By Brexit
With Brexit on the horizon on the 31st October, Dell and other hardware suppliers have announced that prices on PC's and other IT equipment may be due to rise come the conclusion of Brexit - What better time to upgrade your PC?
Dell and hardware suppliers have shown their concerns about the potential consequences of Brexit ahead of the rapidly approaching deadline. In anticipation of this, they have decided they won't be honouring any quotes made before the date of November 1st as price rises could potentially hit an all-time high - With this in mind, what better time to upgrade your PCs and Hardware!
Alt the same time, Microsoft has formally announced that they are ending extended support in January 2020 for:
- Windows 7
- Windows Server 2008 R2
- SBS 2011
If you're still using Windows 7 or Windows Server 2012 (or anything older), you should be thinking about updating to Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 before January. This will future-proof your business and ensure you are receiving the latest features, security updates and patches. You can check out the hardware solutions that we offer by clicking here.
What does this mean for your business?
Using outdated software means you are not protected by security patches and won't get the latest features and updates. This might seem like a minor annoyance but could have drastic consequences for your business. Your business is more at risk of being targeted by malicious spyware or cryptolocker wielding hackers, and you won't have any defences to protect you.
To secure reasonable prices on your hardware, now is the time to act before potential price inflations could strike your business.
- The Profile Team