Friday, April 04, 2014

ScotPlanet Launches Problem Solver to Help Individuals and Business Users to Migrate Their Computers Away From XP

ScotPlanet enables private and business computers and laptops running on XP to migrate to another OS in order to keep their systems, programs, applications and data secure


ScotPlanet, a provider of IT services, announced today the launch of its XP Problem Solver service. This service is aimed at small and medium-sized companies (SME/SMB) that have one or more computers running on Windows XP, one of Microsoft’s operating systems (OS).
Starting April 8, 2014 Microsoft® will stop supporting Windows XP. As a result, all desktops and laptops running on Windows XP will be vulnerable to cybercrime (data theft, Trojans, phishing, malware attacks, etc) since no more security patches for vulnerabilities will be issued. Microsoft® will also stop supporting Office® 2003, Outlook® 2003 and earlier versions of Internet Explorer (IE).
To help individuals and business to keep their computers and data safe, ScotPlanet has launched its XP Problem Solver service for migrating XP desktops and laptops to a new OS. The service consists of four comprehensive phases: analysis, planning, migration and follow up.
Our XP Problem Solver provides individuals as well as businesses with an optimal way to quickly move away from Windows XP once Microsoft® stops its support”, said Michael Cina, owner of ScotPlanet.
There are currently an estimated 500 million XP users around the world facing the risk of having vulnerable computers and unprotected data,” he continued. “Using security solutions such as Antivirus will not be enough to keep XP computers safe. The only option for those millions of users is opting for a service that will migrate their XP computers to a new OS”.
For more information or for a free consultation, please contact ScotPlanet at:
About ScotPlanet
ScotPlanet provides IT services to individual and business users. Services include IT management and maintenance, technical support, training and consultancy.
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