The time for change is now!
Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 has ended on 8th April, 2014. This means, you will no longer receive important updates, including security updates, from this date onwards. Upgrade to the latest Windows and Office today to ensure a smooth journey forward for your business.
Security risk
Without critical Windows XP security updates, your PC may become vulnerable to harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software which can steal or damage your business data and information. Anti-virus software will also not be able to fully protect you once Windows XP itself is unsupported.
Software issues
Many software and hardware vendors will no longer support their products that are running on Windows XP as they are unable to get the Windows XP and Office 2003 updates. For example, the new Office leverages the modern Windows and will not run on Windows XP.
No one to call
When problems arise, online and phone-based technical support will unfortunately no longer be available to assist you or your IT partner, leaving you on your own to deal with the problem.
Down time
The risks of system failure and business disruption could increase because of the end of support, lack of supported software, and the increasing age of hardware running Windows XP.

What is the new Office?

You have been hearing a lot about the new Office. The new Office encompasses both the cloud services and perpetual products. Whether you are a small organization with limited IT resources or a large organization with advanced IT needs, the new Office has solutions optimized for business size and IT needs. For cloud services, Office 365 is a cloud subscription that gives you access to Office applications plus additional cloud services like business-grade email, shared calendar, internal and external sites, and videoconferencing. For the perpetual licensing, you get a perpetual right to use Office on-premises. You have the ability to choose the version of Office that best fits your organization’s size and needs.

What’s new in the new Office?

Devices: The new Office works great across all your devices. With its modernized, clean, and fluid user interface, it works great with touch, mouse and keyboard, or pen.

Cloud: When away from your computer, you can stream a full-featured version of Office on any internet-connected PC with Office on Demand. Your documents are saved to the cloud by default so you can share and collaborate just by sending a link.

Social: Stay connected to all of your contacts. You can quickly schedule a meeting, send an email, start an IM or voice and video chat- or host a multiparty HD video conference in a few clicks.

Simplified IT: The new Office has solutions optimized for size and IT needs. The common set of IT management tools in the new Office will simplify management across your on-premises and cloud environments.

How Office solves your business challenges?

Here’s why you should consider upgrading:

Does your company face any of the following scenarios?

1. Using an older server and worried about its security and maintenance costs?

2. Growing in size and looking for technology to help meet your businesses mobility and collaboration needs?

3. Having trouble managing a number of disconnected web-based email or software?

4. Using outdated versions of Office, such as Office 2003, and experiencing and compatibility issues or concerns with end of support?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then the new Office can bring you great business value and enhanced productivity!