Grant access to your corporate server for an additional device by ordering a Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Single Device CAL from Trusted Tech Team. The digital CAL is delivered within one to two days during our normal operating hours so you can quickly expand your organization’s capabilities with just a few clicks of the mouse. Microsoft Windows Server 2016 uses CALs to authenticate devices that are trying to access the server. A single CAL grants a single device access. The open license allows businesses to expand their capabilities by purchasing additional CALs as their company grows. Trusted Tech Team is a Microsoft Silver Partner offering genuine Windows server software and licenses.
The Windows Server 2016 licensing model includes both Cores + Client Access Licenses (CALs). Each user and device accessing a licensed Windows Server Standard, Datacenter or Multipoint edition require a Windows Server CAL, or a Windows Server and a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CAL. A Windows Server CAL allows access to any edition of Windows Server of the same or earlier version. Each Window Server CAL provides access to multiple licenses of Windows Server.
When you are ready to transition workloads to the public cloud, you can leverage your existing investment in Windows Server. The Azure Hybrid Use Benefit lets you bring your on-premises Windows Server license with Software Assurance to Azure. Rather than paying the full price for a new Windows Server virtual machine, you will pay only the base to compute rate. Find more details at www.azure.com.
For more information regarding the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Single Device Cal, contact us at (855) 202-8140 or support@TrustedTechTeam.com.
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