If you have been ignoring the looming security risk of Windows XP, you now have less than a month to replace these machines. Windows XP is going away and it's not something you can ignore.
To put the issue into perspective, an article in ComputerWorld reported the rate of malware infection in Windows XP machines is expected to jump by 66 percent. That is because Microsoft will stop issuing security patches and updates for Windows XP on April 8.
The solution is to replace these machines with Windows 7 PCs. If you don't know how many Windows XP machines you have, please call us. We'll do a full inventory of your machines and provide a plan to replace them. You can either call or click the link below.
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