Preserving and Securing Windows XP with Client-side Desktop Virtualization

Presented by

Ian McWilton, Chief Solutions Architect; Kimber Spradlin, Sr. Director Products, Moka5

About this talk

With Microsoft ending support of Windows XP in April of 2014, security and access to business-critical applications are on top of mind of every IT professional. Technologies like client-side desktop virtualization, with minimal back-end infrastructure and quick deployments, help organizations migrate to Microsoft's more recent operating systems when they're absolutely ready. Join this webinar to learn: - How a containerization strategy enables users to move forward with Windows 7 or 8.1 and still access business-critical XP apps - Best Practices in XP security after end of support - Methods for maintaining legacy XP apps - Real-world case studies and Q&A

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