Why Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 Makes Business Sense
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Many large enterprises still rely on Windows XP end user systems. For some, reliance on legacy applications made it easy to delay an operating system upgrade and migration. Others just never got around to allocating staff and resources. Regardless of why an enterprise stayed with Windows XP, change is needed. The task need not be a daunting one!

Read this paper to learn how migrating to modern Windows will fortify your organization’s productivity, security, and manageability while powering support costs and virtually eliminating break-fix hassles seen by IT professionals stuck supporting an outdated OS on outdated hardware.

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