Windows XP will have its 15 birthday this year, but this does not mean that all users are ready for the end of XP Windows. And a living example is New Zealand's largest bank, ANZ bank, their computer is running Windows XP, although Microsoft in April 2014 has stopped support for Windows XP.
Stuff.co.nz report said, when a bank customer to pay attention to the ANZ bank computer is running Windows XP and asked whether can still obtain Microsoft provides custom support service to protect yourself and others of the information security, ANZ bank public officials declined to respond to the. Customer expressed dissatisfaction with this. Believe they have a right to know whether the bank pay let Microsoft specifically for the ANZ bank provide Windows XP technical support.
And on the other hand, bank spokesman said, all Windows XP computer are safe, but he refused to provide any information, indicating that the computer when it is likely to be will be upgraded to a new version of the operating system, or at least a migration plan. But the spokesman stressed that the Bank of all Windows computer supported by Microsoft, the branch of the terminal to access the disk have security measures, and conduct regular security audits.