Webinar: Microsoft Windows XP is Going Away. Are You Prepared?

Webinar:  Microsoft Windows XP is Going Away. Are You Prepared? 
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Time:  11:00 a.m. PDT // 2:00 p.m. EDT

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Did you know that the life of Microsoft’s Windows XP is coming to an end? That’s right. The Microsoft Windows XP operating system is going away. 

What does this mean for your business? Since Microsoft will no longer be supporting PCs running on Windows XP, this will leave desktops, laptops and entire networks exposed. Your business could be vulnerable to viruses, spyware, theft of personal and confidential information and network security breaches. In addition, if you are required to maintain compliance with industry regulations, you may face excessive fines, since unsupported operating systems are considered to be out of compliance.

There are only 8 short months left until Microsoft ends its support for Windows XP. That’s not much time to evaluate, organize and implement new business and IT strategies around the replacement of employee desktops and laptops, deployment of a new operating system (OS) company-wide, ensuring your business-critical applications are compatible with the new OS, training of employees and maintaining compliance with industry regulations.

Inadequate preparation could put your business, users and clients at risk. So, how are you going to get ahead of the curve and be ready when Microsoft finally says goodbye to Windows XP?

This webinar will discuss options to help prepare your business. You will learn:

    - Compelling facts & stats about Windows XP that can’t be ignored
    - Microsoft Windows XP end of life roadmap
    - Risks associated with running XP post-support
    - Migration options
    - Benefits of virtual desktops and other solutions

Join mindSHIFT and Citrix to discover the ways in which you can simply, securely and cost effectively manage your migration before Microsoft says goodbye to Windows XP.

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Rob Duffy, Product Manager, mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc.
Rob DuffyRob Duffy is responsible for growing mindSHIFT’s cloud computing, virtualization and desktop products and services and bringing innovative business solutions to all mindSHIFT customers. Rob has also served in a number of other roles at mindSHIFT including New England Operations Manager, Account Manager and Project Manager. Prior to arriving at mindSHIFT, Rob was the Web Director for the Library System at Tufts University in Boston. Rob has an MBA and an under graduate degree from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

Hamish McNee, Citrix Service Provider Channel Manager, Citrix Systems, Inc.
Hamish-McNee-CitrixHamish is responsible for growth and development of Citrix Service Providers and Distribution partners within the Americas. His focus is to help partners ensure customer satisfaction using Citrix virtualization products to deliver hosted offerings with the best performance, highest security and lowest cost. He has an extensive technology background, ranging from Virtualization and Cloud computing to Unified Communications, Contact Centre technology applications. Prior to Citrix  Hamish was New Zealand country manager for Avaya and spent 10 years working for Nortel across roles such as country manager New Zealand – enterprise, channels & partner manager New Zealand, and Vodafone ANZ account director.

To register for this free webinar, please complete the registration form.

Questions? Need additional details? Interested in speaking with a mindSHIFT IT Solution Specialist about Microsoft Windows XP migration services or other IT services for your organization? Call or email us today at (877) 227-5054 or info@mindSHIFT.com.