Microsoft this week offered corporate customers a free 90-day trial of the enterprise-grade edition of Windows 10’s latest version, continuing its pitch to businesses that have yet to deploy the new operating system.
Yesterday marked the official launch of Windows 10 Creators Update, the latest feature upgrade in the OS’s software-as-a-service model. Microsoft also tagged Creators Update as 1703 using its yymm alternate nomenclature.
The evaluation offer was for Windows 10 Enterprise, the SKU (stock-keeping unit) widely used in large organizations. Windows 10 Enterprise is generally available only to customers who have volume-licensing agreements and carry Software Assurance annuity contracts.