I would advise anyone currently running Windows XP to start considering updating their systems now
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Every company that is still running Windows XP is going to have to start planning for an upgrade. Microsoft has officially announced the final day of support for Windows XP is April 8, 2014. This may sound like an insignificant moment in time for Microsoft, but in fact Windows XP still owns some 37 percent of all Windows users.
"I would advise anyone currently running Windows XP to start considering updating their systems now," said Hugh Sazegar, President and CEO of Techcess Group. "Even though you have 8 months left to make a move, you have to consider all of the variables including: Purchasing new equipment, installing software, checking software for compatibility issues, training new employees on new operating systems if you upgrade to Windows 8, and the overall time to implement these changes in your environment."
With Microsoft pulling the plug on Windows XP on April 8, 2014 companies are going to have to make a choice. Do I upgrade to Windows 7 or Windows 8. Head over to Techcess Group's website To learn more about Windows XP end of life. Techcess Group, being a Microsoft Gold Partner, is currently upgrading all of their clients to Windows 7 and Windows 8.
About Techcess Group
Techcess Group is one of Houston's leading IT support services companies. Techcess Group guides small and medium businesses (SMBs) in aligning IT strategies with business strategies. Our comprehensive suite of managed it services and proprietary desktop, hybrid and virtual solutions provide the essential IT tools every business needs to gain stability, gain momentum and gain confidence.