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End-of-life for Microsoft, Apple

Stefan Hammond | March 7, 2014
Microsoft's XP reaches "end-of-life" on April 8. But Apple's "Snow Leopard" (OS X 10.6) is already there--Apple is no longer patching the OS.

Upgrade your weak points
Let's sum this up: next month, all XP-powered machines will cease receiving essential security patches. Every hacker in the world has the date marked on his or her calendar. How many XP computers are in your enterprise?

XP has served well for over twelve years. There's are viable alternatives in Windows 7 and 8.1. It's time for Hong Kong enterprises to take inventory now and upgrade. XP's usefulness is over.


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