Why Upgrading from XP to Windows 7 Makes Business Sense
Source: Dell & Microsoft
Many large enterprises still rely on Windows XP-based PCs. For some, reliance on legacy applications made it easy to delay an operating system upgrade and migration. Others just never got around to allocating staff and resources. Regardless of why an enterprise stayed with Windows XP, supporting an aging OS is costly, both in terms of support expenses, and lost opportunities resulting from the inability to take advantage of new capabilities like desktop virtualization and improved security.