Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Device CAL License - 5+ Volume Discount
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Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Device CAL License
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 is designed for physical or minimally virtualized environments. Windows Server 2016 is a cloud-compatible operating system that supports current workloads and introduces new technologies that make transitioning to cloud computing far easier. The system brings new layers of security to the table and possesses Azure-inspired innovation for the applications and infrastructure that transforms the way you do business. This product is a license for a Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Device CAL add-on for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (sold separately) that allows you to access your server environment remotely. Different versions of Microsoft Windows Server 2016 products are available at My Choice Software; contact us today to see which version is best for your business.
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 Remote Desktop Device CAL License, contact us at (800) 318-1439 or email@example.com.
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