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Threat radar 2014

It won?t have escaped your attention that Windows XP has reached its sell-by date as far as Microsoft is concerned. But what if you?re not yet in a position to move on? Download this white paper to discover 5 tips for protecting Windows XP machines after April 8th.
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Windows 8 for dummies

Although Windows 8 comes preinstalled on all new Windows computers, Microsoft not-so-secretly aims this bold new version of Windows at owners of touchscreens. Tablets, as well as some laptops and desktop monitors, come with screens you can control by touching them with your fingers. Download this dummies guide to learn enough about Windows 8 to get by quickly, cleanly, and with a minimum of pain.
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Windows XP migration for dummies

When 8 April 2014 rolls around, any computers you have that are currently running the Windows XP operating system or Microsoft Office 2003 Service Pack 3 will no longer receive support from Microsoft. Maybe that doesn?t sound major, but at that point, Windows XP will no longer receive bug fixes, security updates or other support. Don?t think that Microsoft is turning its back on XP and abandoning customers who remain on the platform. Instead, the company is celebrating the success of XP and realising that it?s time to help customers move to modern platforms and enjoy a new era in technology and productivity. Sounds exciting, right? Download this dummies guide to discover how your organisation can successfully complete Windows XP migration, easily and without complications.
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The life and times of Windows XP

Launched in 2002, Windows XP has been labelled as Microsoft's most successful operating system ever. In 2012, ten years after its launch, XP was still the world's most widely used OS, despite the fact that sales ended in 2009. XP has proven particularly popular in the business market, but with Microsoft's extended support ending on 8th April 2014, companies now have a decision to make. After that date, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, fixes or new patches. Download this infographic to view the life and times of Windows XP and consider the options for businesses planning to upgrade to a newer version of Windows.
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The Eleventh Hour

Download this white paper to discover approaches for achieving successful eleventh hour migration in advance of Microsoft Windows XP Retirement, 8 April 2014.
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