Monthly Archives: April 2014

Potential business implications of running Windows XP or Office 2003

Potential business implications of running Windows XP or Office 2003 On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will end support for the decade-old Windows XP as well as Microsoft Office 2003. This means you will no longer receive updates, including security updates, for Windows XP from Microsoft. The security and privacy implications of this event could have […]

Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 ends

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will end support for the decade-old Windows XP. This means you will no longer receive updates, including security updates, for Windows XP from Microsoft. Support of Microsoft Office 2003 will also be ending on the same date. Why should I upgrade software? The security and privacy implications of this event […]

Has government hurt education exports?

One of the UK’s great global competitive strengths is in education, which contributes around £10bn a year in export earnings. Which is useful at a time when the gap between our earnings from the rest of the world, and what we pay to the rest of the world, has been widening. So it may be […]