Microsoft Introduces Windows Server 2008 Foundation

Microsoft Introduces Windows Server 2008 Foundation

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Microsoft Corp. has expanded its industry- leading Windows Server family of operating systems with the addition of Windows Server 2008 Foundation. Built for small businesses with 15 or fewer users, Windows Server 2008 Foundation puts the reliability, security and manageability of the Windows Server platform within the reach of all businesses at an affordable price.   Windows Server 2008 Foundation is initially available in 40 countries and will provide small business customers the ability to run business applications and databases, host websites, and provide basic server functionality such as file and print sharing and remote access.


Microsoft is committed to empowering small businesses around the world with the technology and resources they need to drive innovation and get the most out of their investments quickly and cost effectively. 


Microsoft’s goal is to provide a Windows Server-based solution for every customer need, size and budget. Windows Server 2008 Foundation delivers the server functionality which customers have come to expect from Microsoft in a familiar Windows environment. As the business grows, customers can upgrade to other members of the Windows Server family, which provide additional functionality such as: integrated e-mail, simplified management, virtualization and other advanced features. Customers can invest in Windows Server 2008 Foundation with confidence that there will be a Windows Server-based solution that suits their evolving business needs. 


For more information please visit the Windows Server Division Weblog.


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