Re: The price of procrastination
Whoopty, I think there is more reason to fear than you suggest, especially those in offices. If the Target data breach teaches us anything, its that the defenses of enterprises handling millions of valuable records are only as good as their weakest links. While a worker can say, "Hey, it's the company's/agency's machine," the fact remains, those machines still using XP will now become an open invitation to hackers. I'm willing to bet the damage and/or cost of mitigation that will arise from hackers exploiting XP machinces will exceed what it would have cost to upgrade to Windows 7.