Healthcare Computing, a leading provider of IT support solutions to GPs, CCGs and CSUs, today announced the continuing success of its urgent Windows 7 migration programme for customers. The migrations are taking place across over 400 GP practices in varying localities across the south of England, ahead of support for Windows XP being withdrawn this April 2014.
Healthcare Computing is working with customers to migrate practices with as little interruption to services as possible, with excellent results considering the magnitude and size of the change. The need to upgrade to Windows 7 has been looming on the NHS for over 12 months, but has been delayed due the NHS restructure and budget constraints.
Richard Hiett, Head of Service Delivery at Healthcare Computing says “We have some challenging timescales to deploy Windows 7 across the south of England and we are working with our customers to ensure this is completed as quickly as possible. The deployment is critical to ensure Microsoft security patches and support is continued within GP surgeries after April this year. Our experienced team are doing very well to ensure our normal support service is not impacted”.
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