Windows XP Is Retiring. Get Top Migration Tips for a Safe Transition.

Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET

Did you prepare for Windows XP retirement? Microsoft will stop supporting all Windows XP customers on April 8, 2014. That means no more technical support, no more software updates, and no more security patches. If your business is still using Windows XP, then your business will face multiple risks:

  • Exposure of confidential information due to new security vulnerabilities
  • Degradation of performance due to unresolved software issues
  • Inability to support new hardware due to lack of driver support
  • Destruction of critical business information by malware

You are left with two choices, either in-place migration to a new version of Windows on your existing hardware, or perform a forklift upgrade to a new version of windows on new hardware. Register for this webcast to learn the top tips for safely migrating your old Windows XP environment and keeping your business running securely. You will receive tips on:

  • How to protect everything during the migration process.
  • How to reduce your workload and prepare for the migration process.
  • How to help ensure success in executing and managing after the migration process.

Can’t make it? Register and the recorded copy will be made available to you.