Windows XP support ending on April 8, 2014

Technology is evolving and that is not surprising. However, what could come as a shock is that systems have a shelf-life and many can find themselves labeled as obsolete in as little as a decade. For a popular operating system, that time is just around the corner.

On April 8, 2014, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will be ending. That means features like automatic software updates that help protect your computer network will no longer be available. Companies that continue to use XP will be opening their systems up to security risks and viruses. Microsoft is doing this so it can provide the right level of support to all its current systems without being stretched too thin.

While this may give the illusion that organizations still have more than six months to get updated to a new solution, there is much less time than that because upgrading a company operating system can be a complicated process.

At PRO OnCall, we understand the concern that organizations have when it comes to upgrading a system and are here to help. if you are a business in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton or Cleveland, Ohio, we can assist with your migration strategy, project planning and management, development, testing and quality assurance.

On top of that, we can help save you and your organization time and money because we understand all the steps needed for a successful upgrade. Uou can rest assured that all company data is protected because of the help of a trusted advisor.