Windows XP End-of-Life: The Cost of Not Migrating
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With Microsoft ending support for Windows XP in April of 2014, organizations that haven’t migrate by then face two choices. They will either have to take the risk of continuing on without technical support or pay for a custom support agreement. This exclusive paper examines the potential costs of End of Life (EoL) custom support agreements based and provides options for avoiding these high and unnecessary costs.

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