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Sitecore 10.4 is Out, Now What?

A few days ago, Sitecore released 10.4 of its platform DXP Products: XM and XP. Over the past several months, Sitecore has been doubling down on their messaging to existing customers that there is a path for them if they don’t want to move to XM Cloud in the near future and that they would […]

Martin Miles

What an amazing Sitecore Week: MVP Summit, DX and SUGCON NA!

What an amazing week it was! All three events took place at the same venue – Radisson Blu Convention Center within the largest shopping mall in the US – Mall of America in Minneapolis. The city has a significant Sitecore presence, not to say it is a place where OrderCloud originates from. MVP Summit On […]

Best reason to justify that new tablet “XP end of life”

If you are a one of those consumers that has held on to Windows XP and hasn’t made the jump to a new PC yet, consider this… don’t do it! Instead, bite the bullet and spend that little extra to move to a tablet based computer. There is another trend sweeping the market (other than […]

Top Five Reasons to Upgrade from Windows XP

# 5 – Familiarity One of the reasons organizations have tended to stay with XP for so long is their employees are familiar with it. Like an old friend, it’s comfortable and easy to deal with. However churn among your IT administrators and other employees has changed the dynamic. Most people are now more familiar […]

End Of Life For Windows XP Or Is It?

Microsoft finally ended support for Windows XP, its end of life happened April 8th 2014. So what does this mean for those of us still on Windows XP?  No more support, hot fixes, and patches? Well not really, Microsoft will be creating patches and security updates for years ahead. But like everything it has a […]

End of Windows XP Support What Now Windows 7 or 8

After a twelve-year run, the end of life for Windows XP is finally here. So what does this mean for those on XP still? Well in a nutshell support and updates will no longer be available, many machines will be unprotected, out of compliance and will open the door for vulnerabilities. The big question going […]