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XP Migration

XP Migration: The Right Partner Can Make a Big Difference

Can you move off of XP all by yourself? Sure you can, but do you really want to?

by Stephanie Neil | 05.20.14

Time’s up! As of April 8, 2014, XP is obsolete.

If you are reading this and you still have not made the move, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey of over 3,000 IT professionals by Redmond magazine, 23% of desktops and laptops will run XP indefinitely. In addition, 25% of the respondents said they would migrate off of XP eventually, indicating it is not a priority, while 16% are scrambling to make the move. And 8% of people still haven’t decided how and when to migrate off of XP.

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4 Recent Microsoft Product Milestones

Are They Bumps in Your Road?

by James Nagurney | 05.09.14

We hit a couple of Microsoft milestones in April, affecting everything from Windows to Office to SQL, so I thought it would be helpful to note them all for you. To see what changes Microsoft has made and how they might affect you, read on.

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How Much Will Your XP Migration Cost?

Support will end, but your expenses could last forever

by Jonathan Clark | 05.08.14

Organizations worldwide are struggling to control the costs associated with parting ways with Microsoft XP. Some costs are fairly predictable; for example, software licenses, hardware needs, and training. Others, however, are more troublesome to estimate. There are the costs associated with lost productivity, security risks, compliance violations, and the loss of value in existing assets—just to name a few. With so many variables, you need a path that can help protect your exposure.

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From XP to Windows 7

Windows 8 predecessor has virtues for many; here’s what to consider

by Stephanie Neil | 05.02.14

When I upgraded to Windows 8 a few months after its launch in August 2012, it was an accident. I had just purchased a new computer and downloaded the latest version of Windows, not realizing at the time that the operating system had a totally different look and feel from the interface I’d grown accustomed to. It was a tough transition. And, it wasn’t just me. Every time a helpdesk guy wanted to take control of my computer to fix a problem remotely, I’d hear a gasp and a groan, “Oh, no, you have Windows 8. Where’s the…?”

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Around the Web with Microsoft

The Latest and Greatest Microsoft News and Reviews

by James Nagurney | 05.01.14

For more on what’s happening with all things Microsoft, take a look at any and all of these links, handpicked by yours truly. And for more on Microsoft’s recent changes to Windows licensing, read my post from earlier this week.

 

Microsoft Quietly Releases SP1 for Office 2013, Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013

Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 last week with little or no publicity.

by Kurt Mackie

RedmondMag.com

February 25, 2014

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