Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is the most advanced Windows Server operating system yet, designed to power the next-generation of networks, applications, and Web services. With Windows Server 2008 you can develop, deliver, and manage rich user experiences and applications, provide a secure network infrastructure, and increase technological efficiency and value within your organization. Windows Server 2008 builds on the success and strengths of its Windows Server predecessors while delivering valuable new functionality and powerful improvements to the base operating system. New Web tools, virtualization technologies, security enhancements, and management utilities help save time, reduce costs, and provide a solid foundation for your information technology (IT) infrastructure. BitLocker Drive Encryption is an integral new security feature in Windows Server 2008 that protects servers at locations, such as branch offices, as well as mobile computers for all those roaming users out there
Add more users to your Windows Server 2008 software with a five-pack of user CALs from Trusted Tech Team. User Client Access Licenses (CALs) are required for each individual that you wish to have access to the system. With Windows Server 2008, users can develop, deliver and manage a range of applications within a secure network infrastructure. This improves efficiency and adds value to your organization. Windows Server 2008 user CALs from Trusted Tech Team are priced competitively and will allow for full access to your existing software. The CALs are delivered electronically for immediate use.
The 2008 Widnows Server CALs will work on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2
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