Twelve years after its initial launch, Microsoft is sun-setting Windows XP - an incredibly popular platform for workstations, tablets and laptops. D-Day is April 8, 2014. After that, there will be no more technical support from Microsoft.
What does that mean for you?
Microsoft will no longer provide updates or fix the security flaws found in the XP operating system after April 8, 2014. After that, we'll do our very best to secure any XP machines you have, but as time moves on, the likelihood of XP becoming less and less viable is an unavoidable REALITY. Any XP systems you have will become more prone to infection, business-application compatibility issues and general problems even though we will take every precaution to secure them.
So what do you now?
Give us a call to schedule a review of your systems and applications, and we will come up with a migration plan that makes sense for your organization.
Remember, this is not the end of the world.
We will work together with you to address your concerns, keep you productive and get you on a schedule to systematically and cost-effectively upgrade your systems in a manner that makes sense for your organization.