With the support for Windows XP ending April 8th, 2014, businesses that have not started a migration plan are going to quickly find themselves in the hot seat to accelerate their end-users away from Windows XP. IT organizations want to avoid discovering that they have security breaches, compliance violations, and unplanned customer support costs. At the same time, they must still address application compatibility testing with limited IT resources as they balance the shrinking migration window. The sense of urgency has been heightened as businesses look for seamless transition strategies for Windows 7/8.1 that provide a high-quality, predictable, productive, and secure computing environment while controlling operational costs and hardware expenses.

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