XP Migration: time to Wave gooDbye to Windows XP

Microsoft is set to end support for Windows XP, giving organisations little choice but to migrate to other operating systems, writes Charlie Taylor.

26th January, 2014
Patrick Ward, Windows business group lead at Microsoft Ireland: Our message to people is that they are running a significant risk by staying on XP'.

The great migration is on, or at least it should be. In early April, Microsoft will officially stop offering support for Windows XP, its long-running and hugely popular operating system for personal computers.

With the software giant warning that end users are at risk if they continue to use XP after it withdraws support, businesses are being urged to switch to alternative operating systems ahead of time. However, it seems as though some have yet...

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