What is the future of technology?

xp“End-of-Life” support is here! Are you ready to step into the FUTURE?

Did you know that nearly 1/3 of all PC’s connected to the Internet are still running Windows XP? Is your business one of them? 

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will say good-bye to this beloved operating system when they will no longer provide any support to existing users. They are also ending support for Windows Server 2003 next year. Without security updates, your network is at the mercy of hackers.

It is time to step into the future! What are your options? Join Eric M. Shorr, President of Secure Future Tech Solutions on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 to find out!

Topics Include:

Risks to staying in the past:
1.  What does "end of life" support really mean?
2.  What are the risks to my business if I keep XP and do not upgrade?
3.  Why can't I just load the software on my existing computer?

The Future is bright for the SMB:
1.  Windows 7 or Windows 8?  Mac OSX?  Which is right for my business?
2.  Let’s talk about the future of technology – Microsoft Office 365, Virtual Desktops, Hybrid Cloud and Cloud File Sharing.

You’ve worked so hard to build your business, don’t risk it by holding on to the past!

Lunch and Learn Details:
When:  Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Time:  12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Location:  Secure Future Tech Solutions. 110 Jefferson Boulevard, Suite C, Warwick, RI 02888
Cost:  FREE!
Lunch will be provided.  Free parking in lot.

Questions?  Email eburns@securefuturetech.com

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About Secure Future Tech Solutions.
Founded in 1992, Secure Future Tech Solutions (SFT) is an industry leading provider of IT support and consulting services to small-to-medium sized businesses. Our experience and expertise focus on a full suite of proactive solutions that enable productivity and prevent downtime. They include: Cloud services, IP Video Surveillance, Hosted Video, disaster recovery solutions, and maintenance of computers, networks, and applications. SFT is ranked as one The Fastest Growing Technology Companies for 2014 on Providence Business News’ Book of Lists.