As systems and market demands continue to require better productivity and efficiency, business software must also be upgraded to accommodate for these changes. Such is the case with Windows XP, which Microsoft will stop supporting in April 2014.
The use of any type of software involves the inevitable requirement to upgrade. While many businesses continue to use Windows XP, Microsoft recommends upgrading to the latest operating system (OS), Windows 8, in order for users to continue to receive OS support. This upgrade will also ensure that your business has the necessary up to date security and protection that it requires.
While there are some lines of business applications that have not yet been upgraded to work with Windows 7, most have- and there are alternative approaches which we are happy to assist you with.
We understand that changing your OS will entail some expenses, including new licenses, hardware, and some training. Fortunately, this investment will help your business operate more efficiently and increase your productivity in the long run. We recommend planning for an upgrade now, and we are more than happy to sit down with you and develop an upgrade process and possible finance options to meet your company’s specific needs.