On 8th April 2014, Microsoft will be sending its Windows XP operating system, which is now 12 years old, into retirement. From this point onwards, there will be no security updates available for XP, meaning that the system will become increasingly vulnerable to online attacks over time. If you want to continue to use your XP system after the end of support and the option of switching to Windows 7 or 8 is out of the question for you, there are still a number of things that you can do to protect your system.
Far too many businesses take risks when it comes to securing their data. Some do not take a backup altogether. So, what are the implications of a corrupt hard drive or backup failure? Well to put things into perspective here are some alarming facts. According to an industry study by The Diffusion Group, who surveyed small business organisations, 60 percent of companies that lose their data close down within six months of the disaster and a staggering 72 percent of businesses that suffer major data loss disappear within 24 months.
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