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Leading Provider in Managed Technology Services Alerts SMBs to End of Support

HIGH RIVER – January 18, 2019 – Jolee Electronics Inc., a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) secure their organizations from cyber-attacks, by addressing the Windows 7 “End of Life” policy that will begin in January of 2020. Microsoft has announced that they will cease supporting the software, providing updates, enhancing security features and the software will essentially become obsolete. SMBs need to be aware of this transition because cyber-criminals are constantly inventing new methods and techniques to exploit weak infrastructure. If a business doesn’t adapt and bring in technology that can keep pace with the ever evolving security threats that the modern business faces, they will eventually become a “sitting duck” for cyber-attacks.

Many businesses handle problems like this in the same manner that they handle all other problems. Ignore it until they suffer a minor consequence, and after they feel some of the pain, then they react and begin solving the problem. However, this is a very dangerous strategy to utilize given the potential consequences. For example, we can look at the costs that some major players have paid for insecure infrastructure. According to Time Magazine, “The Equifax breach cost the company over $4 billion in total.” While small businesses can’t withstand losses like that, there’s also a stronger push from authorities for tighter cybersecurity measures, bigger fines and harsher penalties for lax policies.

Business owners need to act, now,” advised John Coleman, Director of Jolee Electronics Inc. . “Indecision is also decision. The majority of Windows 7 users will migrate to the cloud which coincidentally will provide many increases in security capabilities that could greatly reduce their need for ad-hoc security features, driving total cost down. However, the key to a successful transition is starting early because these things take time. Unfortunately, businesses who decide not to act, may place themselves in even graver danger because they will be extremely susceptible to cyber-attacks, precisely because Windows 7 is obsolete technology and it may be too late.

ABOUT JOLEE ELECTRONICS INC.

Jolee Electronics Inc. provides comprehensive technology solutions that keep their clients going strong. Our commitment to designing and implementing scalable and dynamic solutions began over 10 years ago and has evolved into a consistent and reliable solution that answers our clients demands of better, faster, more dependable.

Investments in education, knowledge and experience give our customers the ability to depend on a partner that provides intelligent, skilled solutions. This proficiency and unwavering support allows our partners to focus on their business requirements, trusting the support of a strong, dynamic, and reliable IT environment. Great leadership requires vision, commitment and the ability to make quick educated decisions. Jolee Electronics Inc. has recruited some of the best talent, coast to coast, in the IT sector to provide the most reliable and forward thinking IT analysts for your home and business. With well over 50 years combined experience, there is no job too big – or too small.

We offer everything from turnkey server and network design, implementation and maintenance, spam filtering and virus removal to data recovery and backup strategies. Thriving on long – term relationships with our clients, most have been with us from day one. Give your business that competitive edge, contact us for your free consultation!

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CONTACT

John Coleman, Director
Jolee Electronics Inc.
(403) 601-5072
john@jolee-electronics.com
Brian Suerth
Technology Assurance Group
(858) 946-2112
brian@tagnational.com