Microsoft Tweaks Its Small Biz Server Plans
This week, Microsoft went public with plans to price the low-end version of its forthcoming Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 product at $599. That price includes five client-access licenses (CALs). The higher-end version will stay at the same price as the current SBS 2000 product, $1,499 (with five CALs included).
At the same time, Microsoft officials also said that they will allow Small Business Server 2003 customers to run 75 Windows clients rather than the current limit of 50 off a single SBS system.