Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Windows XP EOL

Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014.
On April 9, any security issues or bugs that are found with Windows XP will not be fixed by Microsoft.

Windows XP End of Life (EOL) is fast approaching. Are you ready? Server & Tools Blog

Migrate from Windows XP to the future with the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit PFE

Migrating from XP to Windows 8.1 Using MDT 2013  TechNet

Windows XP market share grows in January  V3-co-uk

February Check-in: What Does a Bump in Windows XP Usage Mean? WindowsITPro

Windows XP support cutoff poses data breach risk for retailers CSO

Still Using Windows XP? What You Need to Know  VanGuard Technologies

How Windows XP end of life conflicts with PCI DSS requirement 6.2  SearchSecurity

Windows XP: What to expect once Microsoft shuts down support  ZDNet

Microsoft: Why the Windows XP show is finally over  ZDNet

Windows XP and the Future of the Desktop  ZDNet & TechRepublic

How to upgrade from XP to Windows 7 or 8 with the least cost, hassle, and downtime PCWorld

Windows XP users reluctant to part, or to adopt Windows 8 PCWorld

Executive's guide to the end of Windows XP support (free ebook)

8 steps to take if you still have Windows XP running in your company Laserfiche

Sticking with Windows XP? Here are your options TechRepublic

Windows XP: the information security time bomb – is your organisation prepared?  Brodies TechBlog

Windows XP at home? Don't access corporate networks, says GCHQ  ZDNet

Forced to use Windows XP past April? 10 ways to make the best of a bad situation BetaNews

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