Why are certain operating system not supported by Information Technology?
In the ever-evolving digital world, the security of your mobile devices and computers is paramount. With the increasing sophistication of hackers and malicious actors, your personal and business data are at constant risk. These individuals are highly motivated and continually developing new methods to exploit vulnerabilities in outdated software. This is why keeping your devices updated with the latest operating system (OS) is crucial.
Regular updates do more than just add new features or improve performance; they play a critical role in safeguarding your devices against security threats. Manufacturers often release these updates to patch security holes and fix bugs that could be exploited by hackers. An outdated OS is like an open door for cybercriminals, allowing them easy access to your sensitive information.
What operating systems will Information Technology provide support for?
Information Technology will provide support for devices running Android, Apple (iOS), and Windows OS that receive regular updates from their manufacturers.
For a complete list of unsupported operating systems, please refer to the information provided by your device's vendor or manufacturer. They will have the most current and comprehensive information regarding which versions of their OS are no longer supported. Staying informed about your device's support status is a key step in maintaining its security and functionality.
What operating systems will Information Technology provide not support for?
While Information Technology strives to offer flexible systems that work with all operating systems, we do not currently support Chromebooks or Linux-based operating systems. If you choose to purchase these devices, our team will be unable to provide support.
Information Technology will not offer support for devices operating on Android, Apple (iOS), or Windows OS that have ceased receiving regular updates from their manufacturers. Outdated devices often struggle to support the latest applications and pose a significant security risk.