By: Pedro Hernandez |
Microsoft urges Windows Home Server 2011 users to upgrade to Windows Server Essentials, a prudent move given the current embattled state of cyber-security.
Small businesses and households that depend on Windows Home Server 2011 for their device, file and media-sharing needs may want to start looking for alternatives.
Over a year ago (April 2016), support ended for the aging server operating system, the software giant reminded users this week. In Microsoft parlance, mainstream support entitles customers to feature updates, security patches and no-charge support in select instances. And as IT watchers can attest, a year is a long time to run an unprotected operating system.
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