Support for Microsoft Office 2010 is reaching its endpoint

Support for Office 2010 service pack 1 ended on the 14th October, 2014. But if you have Service Pack 2 installed, the end of support is extended until 6 months after the Windows 7 end of life, the 13th October, 2020.

What does “Supported” mean?

When your office is supported, you will have access to at least one type of assisted support, as well as free of charge security updates which are pushed out to your machine.

What Happens After the end of Support date?

The end of support does not mean it’s the end of the world. There are PC’s out there running 2003 and 2007. 2010 will not just stop working when the end date is reached. The difference will be that you will no longer receive updates to this version of office, as no new updates will be released. Bugs and errors will start to occur and potentially affect your organisation.

Be Aware

Windows 7 is also becoming unsupported during the same year, maintaining an updated operating system is essential for optimised security, to find out more, please read our windows 7 end of life article here.

What we can do to help

Tiedata will discuss and create a plan with you to ensure that your systems are compatible with later versions of Office, in order to find the best solution for your business. During every migration keeping down time to a minimum is paramount for us as we understand the importance of preventing disruption to your organisation.

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