In case you did not notice this on the Microsoft Incentives website, the minimum number of Windows Server Licenses + Software Assurance required to qualify for the Partner subsidy dollars was lowered from three (3) to one (1) recently. This means that for any of your clients who are either adding a Windows Server to their SBS environment or for those who are larger than the SBS Server size and purchasing a Windows Server License + Software Assurance, they can now qualify for the Partner subsidy dollars offer for each Windows Server L+SA they purchase:
With Windows Server 2008 just around the corner, be sure to talk with any of your clients purchasing Windows Server licenses today about being sure to include Software Assurance to get Windows Server 2008 when it is released. Plus, be sure to keep an eye on the Microsoft Incentives website from time to time to ensure you are aware of offers currently available to you and your clients.
Not sure of the differences between Windows Server Standard Edition and Windows Server Enterprise Edition? We have a chart posted on the Windows Server page to help out.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman Microsoft US Senior Manager Small Business Community Engagement This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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In October I posted about updates to some of the promotions at Microsoft: Windows Server Promotion now