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Windows XP support ends in less than 3 months and you still haven’t upgraded: How do you get started?
The rumours are true -- support for Windows XP ends in less than 3 months . After that, there won’t be any more patches or security updates. And your Windows XP PC will never be the same. It’s time to get modern with a new operating system like Windows 8.1 or Windows 7. Of course, if you...
11 Jan 2014
How enlightened is your application migration strategy?
As healthcare customers start to think seriously about moving away from Windows XP then application migration becomes a critical area to consider. In this guest blog post from application migration specialists Camwood we investigate how blue light organisations can plan to migrate their application portfolio...
12 Mar 2013
A new dawn for Trust infrastructure: Why the end of XP is far from the end of the world
NHS organisations are rightly risk averse, they have overloaded IT teams, and the weight of information assurance compliance bears heavily down. No wonder, then, that whole-estate upgrades are rarely a high priority. But with the deprecation of Windows XP, that is directly ahead on the horizon. How can...
14 Jan 2013
Authentication with a bit of backbone! Identity Agent strengthens NHS connectivity
A new element in the Microsoft suite of tools and services for healthcare organisations is about to unlock both productivity benefits for users and a technology upgrade path for IT managers. Functionally, Microsoft Identity Agent (MIA) is simply a software layer which allows NHS employees using the...
28 Nov 2012
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