Let’s Talk Turkey About End of Life

We are well aware of the late November tradition when the nation’s Chief Executive pardons a turkey presented by the National Turkey Federation. The turkey’s life is spared allowing him to happily live out his days on a nearby farm. The ceremony traces its origins to 1863 when Lincoln’s son, Tad, apparently pleaded with his father to spare the life of a turkey brought to the White House for Christmas dinner.

The Risks of Using End-of-Life Technology

In the world of technology, the concept of “End of Life” is a red flag and a time to take action. Once software goes End of Life (EOL), it still works. However, continuing to use end-of-life technology in your organization is risky. The smart business manager decides to act in advance of an EOL date to eliminate the dangers.