According to research from Future source, more than two-thirds of school systems (68 percent) refresh their servers only every five to eight years. Some don’t even set a timeframe; they prefer to wait until their servers have reached end-of-life. While some of this delay may be due to an increased reliance on off-premise, cloud-based applications for business-critical work, it also introduces an element of risk in operations, suggested Robyak. Also, he noted, with the massive move to remote teaching and learning, schools need to be even more cautious because those data-centers they’re counting on are more likely to be exposed to outside entities.
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