Opinion: Magento 2: The Smart Migration is a Proactive Migration
As of March 2020, 95% of websites built on Magento have not upgraded to Magento 2!
Now more than ever, your website is your number one marketing tool and ensuring that your platform is running smoothly has become top priority.
With the release of Magento 2, Adobe announced that it will retire Magento 1 at the end of July 2020 and end support in favor of the newer, more robust platform. So, if your organization is one of the nearly 250,000 companies running its e-commerce platform on Magento 1, the decision to migrate to Magento 2 or go another route is not an “if” scenario, but a “when.”
If your website is still on the original Magento platform, you are exposing your site to malware that can cause server attacks! Failing to stay abreast of technology changes, or keeping your collective heads in the sand, could prove significantly more costly both in time and investments when you finally have to get up to date — with lost revenues due to slowed or stalled e-commerce operations. Protect your website by following our advice published by New Jersey Tech Weekly: