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The New Windows in Public Sector

Overview

​By making the move from Windows XP to the new Windows, you can help public sector organizations achieve a balance between the rigorous IT controls required by government regulators, and the tools and autonomy their staff need to make a measurable impact on their missions.

About this campaign

When citizens and patients rely on public sector organizations to protect

and serve―and when regulators require rigorous IT controls—running with
the risks of an unsupported system isn’t an option.
 
The impending April 8, 2014 official retirement of Windows XP means support
for the platform, including all security updates, will end. But you can help
make the move to the new Windows as smooth as possible for government,
health, and public safety customers. The combination of your proven expertise
and value-added services can drive your revenue as you help public sector
organizations reduce vulnerability to emerging malware and other security
threats; improve user and IT team productivity; support an increasingly mobile
workforce; and realize savings over the long term.
 
Read more in the partner opportunity brief. Then use the New Windows in Public Sector customer-ready materials to help open conversations with business decision-makers in a segment that has more than 8 million Windows XP desktops.

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