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Today, we are proud to announce that Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2011 Standard and Premium Add-On are now fully available through all channels from Volume Licensing to our largest OEM partners. This all-in-one solution is designed to address key customer pain points: SBS takes the benefits of enterprise-class technology and makes them accessible, affordable and less complex for small and medium businesses (SMBs).
With this latest edition we have completely refreshed SBS Standard’s technologies and components. As a result, SBS 2011 Standard offers new, exciting features and technology solutions that will help SMBs reduce costs and increase productivity.
Features like mobile device security that makes sure Security policies are enforced by default in SBS 2011; like the easier migration to the new platform with enhanced migration tools, extensive pre-migration checks, and prescriptive guidance, or like the streamlined Outlook Web Access interface included in Exchange Server 2010, are just few examples that explain how, over the long term, Windows SBS 2011 Standard will help you grow your business.
To learn more about this product and how it can help your business, please visit the SBS 2011 Standard website or team blog. If you are interested in a trial version of the software, sign up here and discover why many customers and analysts are so passionate about it.
Additionally, if you would like the opportunity to ask questions and speak informally with Microsoft, please join us for “Ask the Expert” on our STB Tech Bytes Facebook Community. Michael Leworthy, Senior Technical Product Manager will be available on March 17th between 10:00am and 12:00pm (PST) to respond to questions. All you have to do is post them on the STB Tech Bytes Facebook page!