When your business is dependant on IT, you can’t afford for things to go wrong

The worst case scenario when running any business that relies on technical equipment, is that equipment letting you down and losing valuable information.

Windows, one of the most commonly used operating systems in the world has made it’s new, free, update available to all those currently using Windows 7 or 8 and already we’ve heard horror stories of people upgrading and losing things. When you update your operating system, there is always a chance, however small, that certain software won’t work correctly with the new update. When running a business, you simply can’t afford to take the risk as defective software or the loss of valuable data can cost you serious time and money.

So what can IT support do?

By handing the update to your IT support company, they can test all your software, before updating, to ensure that it is compatible and will all work correctly with Windows 10 operating system.

If your software doesn’t work, they your IT support can’t find you one that does so that your business is not left to work with our any valuable programs or software.

If you do want to upgrade yourself…

If you do decide to go ahead and update your devices without the help of tech support, make sure that everything is completely backed up somewhere else, just in case.