John Dunn, a contributing writer for Computerworld, discusses the struggle of US companies continuing to run XP after the end of life (EOL) cut-off this April in a recent survey by Evolve IP.
“A surprising number of US firms will continue running Windows XP after the end of life (EOL) cut-off this April, a survey for cloud services firm Evolve IP has found. Some planning upgrades will use the cloud and virtualisation to rationalise their PC infrastructure going forward. Evolve IP looked at end of life issues in 1,070 US firms, for the most part mid-sized businesses that have had trouble giving up their XP habit for a variety of reasons, including money, time, compatibility problems with old software and a lack of technical resources.”
To read the full article, please click here: US firms struggling with Windows XP end of life deadline
To download your copy of the survey, please click here: XP End of Life Survey Results