Windows XP Termination of Service Will Cause Non-Compliance across HIPAA and PCI

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Be abreast of the technology deadlines that will affect your business' compliance with HIPAA and PCI. You should know that if you have Windows XP machines operating on your business' network after April 2014, the month when Microsoft will stop supporting the XP operating system, you will no longer be compliant with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). We offer Windows operating system migration services and technology assessments as well as weekly tips, software alerts and product promotions in our weekly QuickTips emails. Sign up for Quicktips here.

If you have any questions about PCI compliance, HIPAA compliance or Windows XP's service termination please call us. Your IT support team, CMIT Solutions of Stamford at 203-595-9091 or email us today.

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