Newsletters

  • On January 14th 2020 two of Microsoft’s most popular and stable programs will reach End of Life. Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 (inc.variants) will no longer have release updates or security patches provided by Microsoft.

    PDFWinter 2019 Newsletter

  • It has been a particularly busy quarter for Microsoft with major version releases of many of their major product lines, but it hasn’t all been plain sailing.

    PDFWinter 2018 Newsletter

  • How effective is your Website? - Market pressures mean fierce competition for businesses to retain and gain new customers.

    PDFSummer 2018 Newsletter

  • GDPR - Businesses have just five months to carry out the work required to meet the deadline of 25th May 2018.

    PDFWinter 2017 Newsletter

  • Spring 2017 has been littered with major IT security problems

    PDFSummer 2017 Newsletter

  • In this issue learn about Cyber Threat Protection and other happenings in IT this year.

    PDFWinter 2016 Newsletter

  • In this issue learn about Microsoft major releases of 2015 and other happenings in IT this year.

    Plus how Blueloop is working with the local community

    PDFBlueloop Newsletter Winter 2015

  • In this issue learn about the final demise of Windows Server 2003 and the upcoming release of Windows 10.

    Also included are articles on Superfast Broadband and a hot topic at the moment of Website & Email System security testing.

    PDFBlueloop Newsletter Summer 2015

  • In this issue learn how we can help with your growing business pains. Two new faces start at Blueloop House and another Blueloop milestone reached

    PDFBlueloop Newsletter Winter 2014

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Windows 7 EOL

On January 14th 2020 Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 (inc.variants) reached End of Life and will no longer have release updates or security patches provided by Microsoft.

These systems will still work after this date, but your business may be exposed to emerging threats of new viruses and malicious attacks.

Please don’t hesitate to contact either Julie or Darryn on 01460271055 to discuss your concerns.