Over the years, most businesses will accumulate a box or more of software. Much of it old, rarely used and forsaken. Smallbusinesscomputing writes Do you have business critical software that is no longer vendor-supported because the company either has gone out of business or does not support ancient versions anymore? If you do, and more than likely you have it buried in the back office somewhere, you are just asking for trouble.
Let’s discuss how to identify unsupportable software and what to do when you find it. Migrating to modern supported software may cost you in the short-term, but it will ultimately save you from massive and potentially expensive headaches in the long-term. (full story)
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