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Technology End-of-Life Guide

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Technology end-of-life is an important aspect of your network and should be managed closely. If software or hardware is in its final stages of existence, or has already expired, it needs to be replaced. Once it reaches end-of-life, the manufacturers of the software/hardware will no longer offer any type of support, leaving your network vulnerable to security threats.

MANUFACTURER PRODUCT DATE SUPPORT ENDS
 
Microsoft
  Windows 7 January 2020
  Server 2008 / 2008 R2 January 2020
  Exchange Server 2010 Standard January 2020
 
  Office 2007 October 2017 (Support Ended)
  Office 2010 October 2020
  Outlook 2010 October 2020
 
  Share Point 2010 October 2020
  Share Point 2013 April 2023
 
  SQL 2008 July 2019
  SBS 2008 (w/ Exchange Server) July 2019
 
 
SonicWall TZ 215 August 2020
  TZ 105 July 2020
  TZ 205 July 2020
  TZ 200 January 2018
  TZ 100 November 2017 (Support Ended)
  TZ 210 May 2017 (Support Ended)
  NSA 220 August 2020
  NSA 2400 May 2019
  NSA 3500 May 2018 (Support Ended)
  NSA 4500 May 2018 (Support Ended)
  NSA 5000 May 2018 (Support Ended)
  NSA 240 April 2017 (Support Ended)
 
VMWare ESXi 5.5 September 2018 (Support Ended)
  ESXi 6.0 March 2020
 
QuickBooks QuickBooks 2015 May 2018 (Support Ended)
  QuickBooks 2014 May 2017 (Support Ended)
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Mike Dorr, President

Mike began as a Burgess network engineer in 1998. He later spent 3 years as Five County Credit Union’s Director of IT before returning as an owner in 2006. He lives in Bath with his wife and children and is an active member of Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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