13th October is the date Microsoft ends mainstream support for SharePoint 2010 and moves it into the extended support phase.      

What does this mean exactly?

Some of the support Microsoft have been offering since SharePoint 2010 was released in 2009 will cease. This includes:
  • Non-security hotfix support
  • No-charge incident support
  • Design changes and feature requests
  • Warranty Claims

So what should you do?

Don’t panic. Your best long-term option is to upgrade your system but with SharePoint 2016 just around the corner, you may be confused about the best option for your business.

ClearPeople is here to help

We’re a Microsoft Gold Partner and have the expertise to help guide you on your journey to achieve the best collaboration platform for your organisation.


We can advise you on the steps required to upgrade to SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint Online (part of Office 365) and discuss the exciting new features that SharePoint 2016 has to offer.


If this is of interest to you, please get in touch with one of our experienced SharePoint Consultants and we’d be delighted to meet with you to discuss a roadmap for your journey.

Author bio

Eneko Vallecillo
Technical Consulting Services Director
Eneko is Technical Consulting Services Director


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