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+ - 95% of ATMs worldwide are still using Windows XP...

Submitted by BUL2294
BUL2294 (1081735) writes "With the April lifecycle deadline looming for Windows XP, BusinessWeek has indicated that 95% of the world's ATM machines are still running Windows XP and banks are already purchasing extended support agreements from Microsoft as they will not meet the deadline. (The article indicates that some of the affected ATMs are running XP Embedded, which has a support lifecycle until January, 2016). 'Microsoft is selling custom tech support agreements that extend the life of Windows XP, although the cost can soar quickly—multiplying by a factor of five in the second year, says Korala. JPMorgan is buying a one-year extension and will start converting its machines to Windows 7 in July; about 3,000 of its 19,000 ATMs need enhancements before the process can begin...'"
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