Microsoft lends a hand – slashes Windows XP custom support pricing

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As we’ve been posting for years (see complete list below), many organizations continually delayed their Windows XP migrations despite the April 8, 2014 end of support deadline. A migration of this magnitude is complex and expensive, made worse by the … ...

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Windows XP hits a wall

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We’ve blogged quite a few times in the past few years about the slow progress of enterprises have been making to migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7 (and now 8). The trend has been evident for quite some time, … ...

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Windows XP security support extension: what does it really mean?

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We were quite surprised reading the headlines announcing that Microsoft had extended security support for Windows XP. The headlines proclaimed “Microsoft extends XP security updates by 15 months” and “Windows XP anti-malware support extended until 2015, buys IT time”. Having … ...

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XP share in enterprise – the song remains the same

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The IT world remains focused on the upcoming end-of-support of Windows XP in April 2014. Much ink has been spilled on the status of XP migrations and the ramifications of still using XP (and old versions of IE) in your … ...

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Time to check on Windows XP’s share decline

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Windows XP end of life has been a topic of discussion in IT circles for quite some time. This discussion always heats up on the first of each month as the various data tracking companies release their stats on browser … ...

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One year to go and Windows XP decline has stalled

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To those who have migrated your organization from Windows XP to Windows 7 — Congratulations! Given our expertise in dealing with the hardest migration and legacy web application issues, let us be the first to say ‘job well done’. We … ...

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Windows 7: Are we half way there yet?

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Earlier this month Tami Reller, Microsoft’s chief marketing officer for Windows, announced that Windows 7 had reached 50% deployment in business. That stat presents the ultimate “glass half full” or “glass half empty” moment. Is the IT world doing well because … ...

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