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Jonathan Clark - Product Line Manager for Microsoft

Jonathan Clark

Jonathan is a Product Line Manager for Microsoft at PC Connection with over 12 years of experience in software, product management & marketing. He holds multiple sales specialist certifications across the Microsoft stack of products, including Small Business, Cloud, Digital Marketing & Devices. When not at work, he enjoys sailing, skiing & golf and spending time with his family.

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Windows 8 Running On Multiple Devices

Now Is the Time to Upgrade to Windows 8

3 Reasons for Making the Move

by Jonathan Clark | 04.07.14

You’ve heard it many times by now: Extended Support for Windows XP Service Pack 3 is ending soon. We know that moving your whole organization to a new OS can be a daunting project, the consequences of running old technology can soon outweigh the benefits. Looming security risks, performance lags, and costly management and requirements mean now is the time to move to Windows 8. Read on for three reasons why upgrading now makes sense.

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Don’t be fooled here—the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, and online technical content updates on Windows XP.

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