Security Warning! Windows XP and Office 2003 Pose A Dangerous Threat To Your Business.

Security Warning Windows XPIf you’re using Windows XP or Office 2003 you only have until April 8th before hackers attack.

This isn’t a marketing ploy. It’s an urgent warning.

As a Microsoft Certified Partner Slivertip IT is reaching out to businesses in the area that use Windows XP and Office 2003.  Microsoft announced that it will stop support for the XP operating system and Office 2003 software suite on April 8, 2014. This means if you and your staff are using these programs your business will be exposed to serious cyber attacks that can take control of your network, steal data, crash your system, and cripple your business.

You Must Migrate from XP and Office 2003 Before April 8, 2014.

By law, all medical and financial service companies must upgrade any and all of their computer systems running XP or Office 2003.

Firewalls and anti-virus software won’t protect you.

According to Tim Rains, Director of Microsoft Trustworthy Computing:

“XP has been a beloved operating system for millions and millions of people around the world, but after 12 years of service it simply can’t mitigate the threats we’re seeing modern-day attackers use.”—USA Today.

Slivertip IT Has A Cost-Effective Way For You To Migrate.

As a Microsoft Certified Partner we’re offering area businesses a complimentary IT Assessment and Migration Plan.

Our IT Assessment Team will come to you and conduct a proprietary assessment to make sure your business is protected from intruders.

No obligationNo upsellingWe promise.

For more information or to secure your FREE IT Assessment and Migration Plan, simply contact us at: (425) 998-9199 or cslade@silvertipit.com

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