Special Report: A Crossroads for Windows XP Users - Windows 7 or Windows 8?

Tim Rains, director at Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group, had earlier warned on the risks posed by the aged operating system, Windows XP, stating that users should expect an increase in malware attacks when support for the OS is dropped April 8, 2014.

As Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP (or Office 2003), so now it's decision time for many organizations worldwide.

Remarkably, Windows XP as at early 2014 still holds somewhere between 15% and 25% of the overall PC operating system market.

Find out what to consider when upgrading from Windows XP to a new operating system by downloading this free whitepaper on "A Crossroads for Windows XP Users: Windows 7 or Windows 8?"
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