Microsoft recently announced that SharePoint 2013 will reach end of life on April 11, 2023. SharePoint 2013 is just one of the many Microsoft 2013 products that will reach their end of support on the same date. After this date, SharePoint 2013 will no longer receive security updates, non-security updates, bug fixes, technical support, or online technical content updates. If you are still using an on-premises SharePoint 2013 intranet after the end-of-support date, your organization may face increased security risks and compliance issues over time.
This article will help you prepare for SharePoint 2013 end of life, including the risks of using SharePoint 2013 after April 11, 2023, and why we recommend migrating to SharePoint Online.
SharePoint 2013 end of life does not mean this service will stop working. Organizations will still be able to operate on SharePoint 2013; however, Microsoft will no longer support this product, so organizations that don’t migrate may encounter the following risks:
Ultimately, making your organization vulnerable to these risks may significantly hinder your business operations. Migrating to a new intranet service may seem like a daunting task, but it is important to prepare your organization for SharePoint 2013 end of life to mitigate these risks.
To help you prepare for SharePoint 2013 end of life, the following options are available to you:
A migration to SharePoint Online is the best option for organizations looking to improve collaboration and communication, reduce user downtime, and improve security and compliance. SharePoint Online allows organizations to remain supported with the modern and always up-to-date Microsoft 365 suite.
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