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1E offers completely free Windows XP support for its products throughout 2014


London, UK, April 8, 2014 – On the day that Microsoft ends support for Windows XP, 1E, the global leader in IT efficiency software, announces that it will offer customers full support for all its products running on Windows XP until the end of 2014, completely free.

“The majority of our customers have taken advantage of our technologies to fulfill a Windows XP migration and, but we understand that some will continue to run pockets of XP for a variety of reasons, for example, to adhere to regulatory compliance or run essential legacy apps,” comments Amy Collins, VP of Product Management at 1E.

“While 1E recommends permanent migration away from Windows XP as soon as possible to ensure devices remain healthy and secure, we are committed to ensuring all our customers can continue to take advantage of the industry’s best and most effective suite of IT efficiency tools,” Collins adds.

Further details of 1E’s Windows XP support extension and how to sign up can be found at:

1E’s Zero-Touch Windows Migration ( has enabled the some of the world’s largest organizations migrate hundreds of thousands of users to Windows 7 and 8, in the most complex, bandwidth-challenged environments. 1E has helped organizations achieve phenomenal deployment metrics such as migrate 80,000 systems in four months – and over 30,000 in just one month, averaging 1,000 – 1,500 systems per day.

About 1E

1E is the pioneer and global leader in Efficient IT solutions. 1E’s mission is to identify IT waste, help remove it and optimize everything else. 1E Efficient IT solutions help to reduce servers, network bandwidth constraints, software licenses and energy consumption. With more than 24 million licenses deployed worldwide, 1,700 organizations in 42 countries trust 1E to help them to work efficiently, productively and sustainably. To date, 1E’s customers make $2.3 billion in efficiency savings. This includes $1.3 billion in energy costs alone and a reduction in CO2 emissions of 11.5 million tons. For more information, please visit:

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Communications for 1E

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