Your Guide to the Latest Windows Server Product Information
· *New* Core Infra Practice Builder Online - Building a Core Infra practice around a set of solutions that solve customers’ business challenges is key to developing more profitable, long-term business. Whether you are growing an existing practice or building a new one, the Core Infra Practice Builder web site, www.infrastructurepracticebuilder.com, provides you with guidance and resources to help you ramp more quickly and efficiently.
· *New* MAP Solution Accelerators (MAP 4.0) - New Windows Server Solution Accelerators - Use these trusted tools and planning guidance to accelerate Windows Server 2008 R2 and virtualization projects. Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 4.0, Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit are new tools to help partners assess customer’s needs, complete proposals and designs, and deploy optimized core infrastructure.
· *New* Core Infrastructure Partner Solution Plan (PSP) Activation Kit - We have built a new PSP Activation Kit to help managed partners with developed Core Infrastructure PSPs locate and use resources to effectively achieve sales targets.
· *New* Partner Web Widgets –To help partners cost-effectively reach out to more potential customers and improve their online customer experience, we have developed a series of Microsoft Partner Website Widgets.
· *New* The Microsoft Virtual Desktop Management (VDI) Suite - Volume licenses provide excellent value for customers and make it simple for organizations to purchase multiple technologies required for VDI as a single SKU.
· *New* Enrollment for Core Infrastructure License – For customers seeking a well-managed and secure core infrastructure, the Enrollment for Core Infrastructure is a new way to license Windows Server, Microsoft System Center, and Microsoft Forefront Client Security. Available in October, partners can be sure that the licenses for the solutions they sell and implement will be easy to manage as the solutions grow over time.
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