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Five things to keep in mind as Windows XP end of life approaches

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Use your XP migration to explore mobile, cloud computing

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These days, thinking about OS upgrades solely in terms of PCs may be shortsighted. If you plan to move from Windows XP to Windows 8, it might make sense to re-evaluate your entire endpoint strategy. Windows 8 and 8.1 devices blur the lines between PCs and tablets, and the operating systems' tiled interfaces take their cues from Windows Phone. A Windows XP migration presents an opportunity to explore and expand the role of mobile devices, apps and cloud services.

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Microsoft is going to pay a price for all this. I am going to purchase a Mac, so yes goodbye Microsoft XP, 7, 8,9 20, whatever other number they can think of. The tombstone is for Microsoft and its blackmailing business mindset.
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