Rely on Windows Server 2019 to stay in step with today’s rapidly changing business needs. Maximize your existing technology and infrastructure investments while empowering your remote workforce and strengthening security. Whatever the size of your business, Windows Server 2019 can help you modernize your IT while minding your IT budget.
Empower employees to work effectively from places that are convenient and safe for them.
Unlock new capabilities and grow your business with scalable and high-performance software-defined storage and networking.
Protect data and apps at every level of your business, starting with the operating system.
Maximize your existing investments and gain modern capabilities with Microsoft Azure services.
Windows Server 2019 is built on the solid foundation of Windows Server 2016 and adds modern, innovative capabilities for today’s small- and medium-sized businesses. These features enable predictive analytics, an enhanced desktop experience, unified management, advanced security, streamlined storage, and more. (Learn more about what’s new in Windows Server 2019.)
With Windows Server 2019, your remote users can run their applications and desktops from almost anywhere through Remote Desktop Services (RDS). RDS provides enhanced virtualized apps, remote desktop access, and simplified management for better security and performance.
With Windows Server 2019, you can modernize your existing server infrastructure, including hardware and software, to make your business more efficient and responsive. Benefits include optimized IT operations, seamless storage migration, enhanced security controls, and streamlined management.
Windows Server 2019 enables modern security with enhanced features to detect, respond to, and protect against new and emerging threats. Capabilities like integrated Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), shielded virtual machines, privileged identities, and Windows Defender Exploit Guard help your business stay protected.
There are three editions of Windows Server 2019: Essentials, Standard, and Datacenter. Choose from these editions based on the size of your organization, as well as your virtualization and datacenter requirements. (Learn more about Windows Server 2019 editions.)
To provide a more consistent licensing experience across multi-cloud environments, Microsoft transitioned from processor-based licensing to core-based licensing for Windows Server 2019 Datacenter and Standard editions.