Strategies for Managing End-of-Life Operating System

Strategies for Managing End-of-Life Operating SystemThe end of life (EOL) for software means that the software has reached the end of its predefined support period and will be retired. Beyond this date, the software will no longer receive feature enhancements, maintenance, or security updates. You may continue using the software past its end-of-life date, but any future exploits puts your business at risk. If there are security vulnerabilities, your system and data could be stolen and sold on darknet markets. Without security updates, your system will become vulnerable to hacking attacks, but migrating from the EOL OS to the newer version is connected with a huge workload for administrators.

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