90 per cent of NHS Trusts still using 'insecure' Windows XP

Carly Page
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Two-and-a-half years after Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP, nine out of 10 NHS trusts still haven't upgraded

Nine in ten NHS Trusts are still using Windows XP - two-and-a-half years after Microsoft discontinued supported for the operating system, which was first launched in 2001. The revelation was uncovered...

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