Keeping technology up-to-date is good for a business’s productivity and security—as well as its bottom line, according to a new article from eMazzanti Technologies, an IT support and computer consultant for the
“Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) and Office 2003 will be reaching end of support in April 2014,” said
What is the Situation and Potential Risk?
Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 will no longer be supported from
Running Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 in your environment after their end of support date may expose your company to potential risks, such as:
• Security and upattched environments are vulnerable to security risks. This may result in an officially recognized control failure by an internal or external audit body, leading to suspension of certifications, and/or public notification of the organization’s inability to maintain its systems and customer information.
• Lack of Independent Software Vendor (ISV) & Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Support – A recent industry report from
What are the Available Options?
For more information on available options, read more at: http://www.emazzanti.net/support-is-ending-for-windows-xp-and-office-2003-2
About eMazzanti Technologies
eMazzanti Technologies’ team of trained, certified experts provide 24x7 outsourced IT support to help ensure business productivity, address challenges of growth, cloud computing, mobility, critical business continuity and disaster recovery demands. The consultancy has special expertise in manufacturing, distribution, retail, financial, architectural, engineering, construction, government, educational, legal services, accounting, marketing communications, and healthcare market segments, while maintaining high customer satisfaction levels. Flexible support plans range from fixed-fee, around-the-clock network management where eMazzanti functions as an extension of a businesses’ IT staff to a custom-solution provided on an as-needed basis. eMazzanti serves the
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