Time passes, and things get old. This is especially true of technology, as new and better options are developed and released all the time. Sooner or later, you’re likely to find yourself in need of a new system… The only question left is how to get rid of the old one. Phoenix IT security firm MyTek shares these ideas.
In just over a week, Microsoft is retiring two of its most popular operating systems - although this shouldn’t be news at this point. Microsoft has consistently been reminding Windows 7 users that they need to upgrade before January 14, running a major campaign to do so, but there are still a quarter of all desktop users that haven’t done so, according to Phoenix IT services group MyTek.
Microsoft Windows has been a staple of personal computing for almost 35 years. When Microsoft retires their Windows 7 OS in a couple of weeks, they will be left with only two PC OSs functional: Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Today, MyTek, a Phoenix IT company, takes a look at the Windows 10 OS and when to expect Microsoft to release a new operating system.
Two of Microsoft’s most popular relational database management systems, SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 will be losing support on July 9, 2019. If your business continues to use one of these titles for its database management or business IT, you are running out of time before you need to upgrade. Today, we’ll take a brief look at what the business software is used for and what options are open to you going forward.
Unfortunately, your business’ technology doesn’t last forever. At some point in the future, you will have to upgrade away from your current hardware, which, regrettably, is not as simple as it sounds. Here are some tips from business IT provider Mytek to help you out during this difficult process.
Your servers are some of the most important resources your business has, and they should last for many years. After a few years, however, they may begin to struggle to handle the workloads they once did; and, they often fail leaving a whole business in a lurch. To avoid this scenario, knowing the signs of a failing server can come in extraordinarily handy. Today MyTek Phoenix managed IT services goes through three ways to ascertain if your server needs to replaced.
Chances are if you are in business today, there are a lot of devices on your network that you haven’t touched in years, might not be using, or don’t even need. Unfortunately, there are times when the technology you have doesn’t really do much other than take up space. If you feel like you are spending too much on your technology, you may not be wrong. By finding the IT that helps your business do business better, and scrapping plans for implementing technology that doesn’t provide sustainable returns may be a good strategy.
Phoenix Technology Companies Examine Pro's and Con's of Google's New Browser Release on Businesses
Phoenix IT gurus point to Chrome 70 as yet another example of how divisive technology has the potential to be. On the one hand, a few of the changes have people excited about some clear benefits to security, but others worry that Chrome will no longer be as secure or as user-friendly. MyTek, the leading Phoenix small business IT company, will review some of the changes coming with Chrome 70, so you can decide for yourself if your Phoenix small business IT systems should be downloading and using it. Some leading technical magazines have reported that this update may even break your site. Even if you don't hear about this concern from other Phoenix technology companies, you need to pay close attention to this technology concern.
If your computer is running Windows 7 as its operating system, it’s time to start thinking about the future. Microsoft has officially unveiled the End-of-Life date for Windows 7, meaning that they will eventually stop supporting computers running the much-loved operating system. What does this mean for your business? MyTek, the leading Phoenix IT consulting firm, can help protect you from the vulnerabilities ahead. Phoenix IT security issues and Phoenix network support for businesses will all be impacted when extended support from Microsoft ends.
The difference in today’s mobile devices and those that came years before used to be staggering, but in recent years, the differences in power and functionality have started to wane. Manufacturers have begun to roll out devices with only minor changes in power, but with exorbitant increases in cost. For the first time, in 4Q of 2017, the smartphone saw stagnation, and we’ll try to get to the root of it.