On April 8th, 2014, Microsoft effectively flipped the kill switch on Windows XP, which first debuted a technological eon ago in 2001. With no more support available for XP — no security fixes, vulnerability patches, or software updates — any PC running the operating system after April 2014 is potentially subject to cyberattacks, data and identity theft, hacking, and network intrusion, both via individual machines and across internal networks.
While the end of XP has come, a little planning can have your small business sailing the smooth seas of an updated operating system in no time. Your trusted friends here at CMIT Solutions can help. To start, read this guide: The 5 Strategies to Prepare for the Death of Windows XP.