Michael Stewart- Vice President of Sales, Ultra Electronics AEP Networks
Don’t be left in the dark when Windows XP support ends
Join this webinar to find out how your business can postpone or avoid the costly hardware refresh required to effectively run Windows 7/8, and retain access to XP functionality and legacy applications. Learn how to provide security features to retain role based application access and prevent data leakage.
With Microsoft support for Windows XP expected to end in 2013, businesses need to consider the cost of buying new hardware that can effectively run Windows 7/8 and whether Windows 7 can support all their necessary legacy applications.
Abtech and Ultra Electronics AEP Networks cordially invite you to join a webinar on 18 July 2012 9.00am PST and find out how your organization could avoid or postpone migration to Windows 7, without interrupting your day-to-day operations.
Windows XP has been a ‘workhorse’ for organizations for a decade, but by early 2013 will constitute less than 5% of the install base. If Microsoft does not extend support for Windows XP at this point, users will be without essential security patches, leaving system vulnerabilities unplugged.
This webinar will demonstrate an innovative alternative to this high-cost upgrade. By adopting a system of thin clients with AEP Networks Ultra Protect for virtual application delivery, and delivery of Microsoft Terminal Services, organizations can avoid the outlay of upgrading to Windows 7 while retaining functionality.
Key discussion points will include:
- How to leverage Terminal Services infrastructure to reduce desktop management and support costs
- How to use old PCs as thin clients and securely deliver all applications to a simple LanProtect Webtop
- How a thin client environment can reduce software licensing costs
- How the AEP Networks LanProtect product enables you to access your applications from an iPad or other mobile devicess
- How to effectively secure the access to this infrastructure and protect against data loss or theft