Is your business or not-for-profit organisation is still running Windows XP or Office 2003, or do you know of one that is? CyberGuru on a mission to help them upgrade.
Is your business or not-for-profit organisation still running outdated Microsoft software? In less than three months’ time, Microsoft will end extended support for Windows XP and Office 2003. This means that computers still running this software will be unable to be supported by security updates and potentially leave your computers vulnerable to hackers, malicious software and other intrusions.
Microsoft determines lifecycles for each of its products, which commences when a particular product is released and ends when it is no longer supported or sold. In accordance with its lifecycle, Windows XP’s date for end of extended support is on 8 April 2014. Chris Jeffery, Proprietor/Chief Guru of CyberGuru notes, “Windows XP and Office 2003 has been a reliable and stable operating system for many businesses and not-for-profit organisations for over ten years, however the time has come for its successors, Windows 7 and 8, and Office 2010 and Office 2013 to take its place.
Through our computer solutions, we have helped businesses and not-for-profit organisations upgrade their computers and software and train their employees. We’ll provide peace of mind that your computer environment will be up-to-date and supported with the latest operating system and software”. For a limited time, CyberGuru is offering businesses and not-for-profit organisations a free one hour consultation to discuss, answer any questions and a special offer to review and ascertain their environment to prepare for an upgrade to the latest versions.
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