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Support for Windows XP ends on 8 April 2014. Much as you hate to let go, sadly the time has come. We can help you make the transition to an XP-free future by helping to plan a successful migration.

Join Dell Software’s Scott Lutz and Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics who'll show you how to automate application compatibility, testing and remediation; get your provisioning right; reduce the time taken deploying new desktops; and manage upgrades on PCs, laptops and tablets.

We’ll cover the steps in your plans, the risks and how to avoid them, and the costs of upgrading. It sounds exciting. It is.

The Reg’s Tim Phillips will be asking the questions, and it all starts live today at 11.00 GMT.

You can get involved in this event by simply registering here.

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