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Office 365 Recent & Upcoming Updates

Here are some of the latest updates to Office 365. Click the news item to read more about that specific update. Check the bullet point note to see if the update affects you depending on which Office 365 plan you have.

  1. Clutter in Email: New users will no longer have the Clutter feature auto-enabled so they may have a different Outlook experience than existing users.
    • Applicable to Office 365 ProPlus, E1, E3, E5 plans
    • Applicable to Office 365 ProPlus, E1, E3, E5 plans
    • Applicable to Office 365 ProPlus, E3, E5 plans
    • Applicable to Office 365 ProPlus, E1, E3, E5 plans
    • In progress, applicable to Office 365 E5
    • Applicable to Office 365 ProPlus, E3, E5 plans
    • Upcoming in 2017 available in Windows 10 Creators Update
    • Applicable to active Office 365 users
    • Preview available to Office 365 commercial customers
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Windows XP SP3 & Office 2003 End of Support – Are You Ready?

Are you still on Windows XP or Office 2003? The final countdown is well on its’ way and PC Professional is ready to help. For those XP users out there still holding on for dear life, you should’ve got a security patch today, March 11th, another one will come on April 8th and then it’s over. Microsoft will no longer support XP in any form or fashion. That means no updates or patches and no support whatsoever.

If you have any business data sitting on your XP system you are putting your business at risk for vulnerabilities and data theft. Beware that fixes coming out for Windows 7 and Windows 8 will only fuel hackers to exploit XP. Windows XP has been on the front line of service for 12 years, it’s time to upgrade. Recently, the troubles Apple went through with their SSL/TLS proves that hackers are out there aggressively looking for “holes” in core operating systems.

With so many SMB clients still running XP in their live environments, you risk compromising your entire network once an infiltration occurs on a single XP system. If the XP system is required by specific business needs, such as older equipment or applications that only run on XP, there are ways to minimize your risk. Call your PC Professional representative today and discuss your options. We want to at least share strategies on how to protect your network-the conversation is free, act now before it’s too late.

We’re ready to support you so give us a call now!