If you are still using WINDOWS XP, your business is VULNERABLE!

Microsoft has publicly stated that no new patches will be released for the OS after April 2014. Don’t wait for bad things to happen!

There are Financial Reasons to Move Away From XP

  • Over a 3 year timespan, organizations that move to Windows 7 will see a 137% return on investment.
  • Windows 7 increases productivity by up to 7.8 additional hours per year per worker
  • Annual costs on maintenance for systems running Windows 7 compared to XP drop by $700/year

We can support you through the transition.

If your computer needs to be PCI (payment card industry) compliant your windows XP is no longer compliant. HIPPA compliance will no longer exist on Windows XP machines. We can get you up and running with the newest, best and fastest hardware and new software that maintains your compliance.

An unsupported version of Windows will no longer receive software updates from Windows Update. These include security updates that can help protect your PC from harmful viruses, spyware etc. which can steal your personal information. Windows Update also installs the latest software updates to improve the reliability of Windows—new drivers for your hardware and more.WINDOWS XP EXPIRATION

Risks businesses face by staying on Windows XP:

  • Companies continuing to run Windows XP face the risk of targeted hacking attacks. SMBs are often targeted because they lack sufficient protection, and cybercriminals sometimes use them as a stepping stone to larger targets.

There are hidden costs to staying on Windows XP after the end of support date:

  • Virtualizing the entire OS to remain compliant with the Microsoft End User License Agreement (EULA) (valid while there’s Server 2003 support available)
  • Running XP in a sandboxed environment
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Increased IT support