It's Windows reimagined built upon the solid foundation of Windows 7 speed and reliability. Windows 8 is great for businesses because it is designed to deliver the experiences people will love and the enterprise-grade capabilities that IT departments need.
Windows 8 is ready for business - delivering the power and familiarity you want, along with new ways for people to interact with line of business apps, and support for more mobile devices.
Windows 8 Enterprise is available to Software Assurance customers via the Volume License Service Center (VLSC), allowing you to test, pilot and begin adopting Windows 8 Enterprise within your organization. For those customers who are interested in trying out the key features in Windows 8 Enterprise, you can also obtain Windows 8 Enterprise through your TechNet Professional Subscription or MSDN Subscription.
For IT professionals that don’t have access to any of the above options, a 90-day evaluation version is available for download through the TechNet Evaluation Center.
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