Microsoft Corp. Open Licensing Window Server Essentials License with Software Assurance

  • Microsoft
  • 16036374
  • G3S-00544
  • In Stock
  • Virtual delivery

Increase productivity and security with a server built for small businesses
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$752.40
  • Protect and secure your business
  • Access your resources from virtually everywhere by using almost any device
  • Leverage the power and flexibility of cloud-based services on your terms
Simply stated, volume licensing of software makes it easier and more affordable to run software on multiple computers within a single purchasing organization. Easily track and manage your licenses, reduce compliance risk, and have more time to focus on your business with Open Value, Open Value Subscription and Open License programs. Click Here for more information.

Please Note that per the Open License Program, a minimum of 5 units must be purchased per order without a valid authorization or agreement number.

An ideal server for small businesses, Windows Server 2012 Essentials (the latest version of Windows Small Business Server Essentials) provides a powerful and flexible solution that helps protect your business data while allowing you to access the information you need from virtually anywhere by using almost any device.

Windows Server 2012 Essentials provides easier setup, installation, and migration experiences, a simplified management experience, and better network-wide security features. It incorporates the latest Microsoft technologies for management, networking, data storage and backup, security, and document and printer sharing. Windows Server 2012 Essentials provides integration capabilities for cloud-based applications and services, allowing you the flexibility to choose the best environment for your line-of-business and collaboration solutions.

Windows Server 2012 Essentials allows you to retain core network and security features in your local environments, and also includes technologies to enable robust integration with cloud-based services. This allows end-users to work in ways that are familiar to them, while at the same time making it easier to take advantage of the growing set of offerings available in the cloud through platforms such as Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Azure.