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End of Windows XP: What does that mean for your business?

Today Microsoft released its final security updates for Windows XP and Office 2003 and security experts are warning users that they could soon be prime targets for cyber attacks if they do not abandon the products and move to more modern versions of the operating system citing that Microsoft has incorporated new security features into…

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Upgrading Microsoft Windows: Start Planning Now for a Successful Migration

On April 2014, per Microsoft’s Support Lifecycle policy, Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003. According to Microsoft, the average enterprise deployment can take from 18 to 36 months for full deployment. This means that businesses currently using Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 should start planning migration to a modern…

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When Should Your Update Your Computer’s Operating System?

Windows XP has been around since 2001 — eons in technology time — yet, today Windows XP still has a market share of 27%. Which mean lots of businesses are still running an 11-year-old operating system. Windows Vista didn’t motivate a lot of businesses to upgrade and by the time Windows 7 came along, most…

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Windows 8: Should Businesses Upgrade?

Though Windows 8 has not yet been released (it is scheduled to launch sometime in 2012), the consumer preview has been circulated for review and tech experts think there are a few features that make it a good bet for businesses, especially businesses that have not yet adopted Windows 7 and will probably be looking…

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