By Chuck DeLouis, VP of Product Management, Intronis
The inevitable fate of Windows’ legacy OS presents a serious potential industry violation threat to your customers operating in regulated industries — and the perfect opportunity for you to save the day.
At first blush, it may seem that the April 8, 2014, deadline that Microsoft has given for ending Windows XP support is much ado about nothing. After all, Windows XP has been on the market for more than 12 years and there have been several new operating systems introduced since. But what makes this news particularly noteworthy is that Windows XP is still being used by many individuals and businesses.
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