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Microsoft will no longer support these products in 2019. Here’s what you need to know.

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BizTalk Server, some versions of Windows 10, Windows mobile, Azure scheduler and Microsoft SQL Server 2008. What do all these Microsoft products have in common? In 2019, Microsoft will stop supporting them and if your business uses any of them, you will want to start planning now for upgrades and replacements. The above software is just a small sampling of the products that are at the end of their support lifecycle with Microsoft. In October, the company updated its End of Service list, which includes more than 50 products for which service is ending or changing. Businesses that have been relying on older software should check the full list, or even better, check the Microsoft Product Database for their specific products to make sure their software is still covered by Microsoft support. But first, what is "end of support"?

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If you've used a computer any time in the last 30 years, you're familiar with Microsoft Office and its iconic tetrad of applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. You buy them and they live on your computer forever. Or, back in the day, you'd buy a computer and Office would come as part of the package. That was a different time. Today we're living an era of cloud computing and remote work, and Microsoft adapted to that, releasing Microsoft Office 365 in 2011.