With the Windows XP end of support date right around the corner (8 April 2014), many companies are still struggling with what the planned end of support means for their business.
Even with Microsoft’s extension for providing anti-malware signatures through 14 July 2015, there are significant security risks and hacker threats that can affect your business. This can lead to data theft, among other serious issues.
In this white paper, you will learn:
- What Microsoft means by “Windows XP End of Support”
- The key risks of not migrating to a newer version of Windows
- Potential solutions and migration paths to keep your business secure