From April 8 2014, Microsoft will cease to support Windows XP and Office 2003, leaving businesses open to risk. IT specialist, Blue Chip is helping businesses to make the transition to Windows 8 and Office 2013, with expert advice on the options available including Citrix and Dell Wyse flexible working solutions.
As the next generation of employees descend on businesses bringing iPads, iPhones and Blackberries, etc. into the office, it is increasingly apparent that the ability to work from anywhere, any time, on any device is the norm. It is now more salient than ever for businesses to investigate how to drive productivity, flexible working and high performance. Blue Chip has worked in partnership with Citrix and Dell Wyse for many years and their combined solutions enable businesses to deliver the Windows Operating System in a whole new way.
Anthony Green, Sales and Marketing Director at Blue Chip, explains: “We appreciate this a necessary change for businesses which requires investment. While the standard upgrade path to Windows 8 and Office 2013, per client, is the right solution for some organisations, there are also other options available for consideration.
“In order for companies to ensure they have the best long term solutions for their particular business requirements, Blue Chip is offering a complimentary, no obligation end of support for Windows XP and Office 2003 consultation".
To speak to one of the team and book a consultation, contact Blue Chip on 0845 034 7222 or email email@example.com.