Windows XP – A New Cost-effective Way for Schools to Upgrade

The Withdrawal of support for the Windows XP operating system, has impacted significantly on Irish schools. Many Irish Primary and Secondary schools have PCs in classrooms, computer rooms and offices with XP on them. The cost of upgrading operating systems and replacing hardware is a very big burden for already strained schools’ budgets.

So finally a bit of good news …. To assist schools purchase replacement PCs and laptops, Microsoft has launched its new Technology Access Programme (TAP) for Irish Schools. This initiative sees Microsoft supplement the cost of the operating system, thereby significantly reducing the cost of laptops and PCs.

Below you will find the details of our two most attractive current offerings for Irish Schools – one PC and one Laptop.

We are also delighted to invite you to a free briefing as follows:

Windows XP and the Technology Access Programme for Irish Schools”

Venue: Microsoft’s European Development Centre Building in Leopardstown Office Park
Date:  Tuesday 27th May 2014 from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm.

Join us for light lunch beforehand at 1.15 pm and avail of the opportunity to see & sample some of the products available under this initiative.