Windows XP And Office 2003 End of Support - Microsoft Transform Your Business

Windows XP And Office 2003 End of Support - Microsoft Transform Your Business

End of XP
XP Support has ended.

XP support has ended.

After 13 years of loyal service, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 officially ended on 8 April 2014. And while PCs running XP still work, we're no longer offering technical support, seeding security patches, pushing bug fixes or developing service packs.

Find out what the end of Windows XP support means to your company, what your options are and how a switch to today's tools and devices can place your business on the front foot for tomorrow.

Life without Windows XP

Life without Windows XP

Without ongoing support, your business may be exposed to risk.

Your options

Your options

Support for XP has ended, but you still have options to mitigate the risks now.

Choose a PC

Choose a PC

Upgrading your PC may be easier and less costly in the long run.

Special offers

Special offers

Take advantage of a free PC data transfer and discounts on Windows devices.

XP end-of-support. What it means for you.

From increased vulnerability to security risks through to the soaring costs of maintaining aging IT, the end of support for Windows XP has big implications.


Life beyond XP. Your options.

Unsure as to what your next step is? We've outlined four options for you to consider.

Dell Optiplex 9020

Dell Optiplex 9020

Save valuable desk space and boost productivity with the powerful, touch-optional OptiPlex 9020 All-in-One - the most manageable all-in-one desktop.

From just $1099
A saving of $600

Shop now

Dell Latitude E5540

Dell Latitude E5540

Mobility at its finest, the thin and light Latitude 7440 delivers first-class productivity and is the most secure, manageable and reliable commercial Ultrabook.

From just $1849
A saving of $150

Shop now

HP EOFY Business Bonus

HP EOFY Business Bonus

Get a $50 pre-paid Visa card (up to $1,500) for every $750 spent on eligible HP commercial products (up to $22,500) purchased through an HP reseller by 30 June 2014 (terms and conditions apply)

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ASUSPRO ESSENTIAL PU401LA

ASUSPRO ESSENTIAL PU401LA

Professional ultraportable notebook with advanced security and reliability.

From just $1049
A saving of $350

Shop now

Transfer your data on us

If you're a small business with less than 5 PCs running Windows XP, this is an offer too good to pass by. We've partnered with Laplink to provide you with a free data transfer of all your files and settings to a PC running Windows 7, 8 or 8.1.

Learn more
Transfer your data on us

Bonus offers to help make your upgrade to new tools even easier.

If your business has more than 5 PCs, get migration help from Microsoft Partners. And for a limited time, special offers from selected partners will make it even easier.

End of XP

Real life stories.

Change is never easy. But it can be done - as these organisations have already discovered to their advantage.

Calm after the storm - ARCBUILD

When Cyclone Oswald hit Queensland in 2013, insurers faced a deluge of claims, and homeless families faced weeks of uncertainty. Rather than stand by, Arcbuild, an insurance restoration firm, sprang to life.

In a lightening-fast deployment of Office 365, Arcbuild, created an online file-sharing tool so claims could be assessed, estimated and approved in just four hours. Read their inspiring story here.

A sound investment - Hansens Accountants

As a firm of innovative accountants, it was easy for Hansens to see they were throwing good money after bad in servicing an out-dated PC environment.

But in implementing Windows 8, Windows Intune and Office 365, Hansens Accountants significantly reduced their fixed costs and eliminated redundant software entirely. In fact, their PC environment is now so reliable they're able to pass on efficiency savings to their clients. See how it was done.