What Should You Do If Your Company Is Still Using Office 2010?

As you may be aware, Office 2010 has reached the end of its support lifecycle.

This implies that you will no longer receive technical support, bug fixes, or security upgrades if you have Office 2010. Organizations and people still using Office 2010 will not be protected if there are any security problems due to the end of life. If you already have Office 2010, you may be wondering what your choices are.

Option 1: Continue to use Office 2010.

The simplest choice is to go with Office 2010, but it’s not the safest! As a business, this poses a significant (and growing) security risk. Why? Because the longer it takes after support is withdrawn, the more likely hostile third parties will have discovered (and exploited) any security flaws in Office 2010. If you stick with Office 2010, the most important consideration will be security. Another stumbling point might be Office 2010’s incompatibility with some of the newer apps and file types. If you’re sending or receiving files from clients that use newer versions of Office, this might be a nuisance.

Option 2: Speak with JENLOR about migrating to Microsoft 365.

If you’ve been using Office 2010, you might be wondering what you’ve been missing out on.

The first thing you’ll notice is a lack of security! As previously stated, Office 2010 compromises security. If you switch to Microsoft 365, you’ll have a subscription plan that makes it simple to gain confidence in software vulnerabilities and manage your business overhead without worrying about hidden costs. With its Team function, Microsoft 365 will also increase your cooperation and communication, which is especially important since more and more enterprises are working from home.

Microsoft 365 may be quite beneficial to your organization, as it will keep it safe and save you money over time!

If you’re looking to upgrade your Microsoft account, you’ve come to the right place. Get in touch with JENLOR now to get started!