Learn how end-of-support for Windows XP and
Office 2003 will impact your business.
What is it?
Microsoft will be ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003 on 8 April 2014. This means that PCs running Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 will no longer receive security updates, fixes or online technical support, which could result in security and privacy implications for your business.
Microsoft and its partner Intel will be hosting a virtual event on 14 May 2013 for you to learn how the end-of-support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will impact your organisation, and why now is the time to start planning your organisation’s move to a modern desktop with the latest versions of Windows and Office.
When to Attend?
Available on Demand
Hear from Microsoft why moving to the modern desktop will benefit your business. Forrester Research will also share why continuing with Windows XP after support has ended may compromise your organisation’s operations. Lastly, hear Intel discuss how organizations can accelerate their business productivity with the latest processor technology.
Participants will be able to see local special offers which will make their switch to Windows 8 Pro and the New Office even easier.
We look forward to your attendance to this event.
Who Should Attend?
SMB Business and IT Decision Makers in Asia Pacific
- Keynote: Windows XP End of Support: Why Get to Modern?
Jason Lim, Microsoft Asia Pacific
- XP EOS - Migrate Today, Thrive Tomorrow
Michael Barnes, Forrester Research
- Now Is the Time to Replace Your Aging PCs with UltrabookTM Devices
Takashi Tokunaga, Intel Asia Pacific
- Windows 8 Pro & Office 2013 Standard + OEM PC Upgrade Offers
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General Manager of Windows
and Windows Live Division,
Microsoft Asia Pacific
Vice President & Research
Regional Business Campaign Manager, Intel Asia Pacific