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Microsoft SQL Server - Select Device or User Cal - Open License 

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Microsoft SQL Server - Select Device or User Cal - Open License 

Microsoft SQL Server - Select Device or User Cal - Open License 

Brand: Microsoft

Works On:

* The installation requires a minimum installation configuration. See System Requirements Icons

$ 219 .99
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Details

MPN: 359-06320

Lifetime
1
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Digital download, no hard copy will be shipped.

Microsoft SQL Server - Select Device or User Cal - Open License 

USD$219.99
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    Microsoft SQL Server - Select Device or User Cal - Open License

    The best way to make your business stand out above the rest is to have better insights into how to improve your business, no matter what it is. To get those insights, you need the tools to work through masses of data, organizing it, analyzing it, and reporting what you find.

    To simplify the whole process, you can simply get Open License CALs for your Microsoft SQL Server, which will provide more employees with access to all your business intelligence abilities. The more you use the server, the more it can tell you about your data, and the more it can give you that crucial leg up on the competition.

    What Is Microsoft SQL Server?
    The Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system that provides far more database analysis, reporting, and other business intelligence than a normal server. The SQL Server does more than just provide a place to store and retrieve data, it provides the tools to do complex analysis that leads to unexpected insights.
    No matter the type of business, if you have advanced database needs, the Microsoft SQL Server can provide the solutions.

    What Is a CAL?
    CAL stands for client access license, a license that is required for someone to access a Microsoft SQL Server. CALs come in two different forms: device and user. Either CAL makes it possible to access all the features of the server, but the two CAL types serve different needs.

    What Is the Difference Between a Device and User CAL?
    A Device CAL allows one licensed device to access the server for any user on that device. It is the preferred option of businesses that expect a set number of devices to be shared in order to regularly access the server.
    A User CAL allows one licensed user to access the server from any device. It is preferable to a Device CAL is a user intends to use multiple devices (for instance, a desktop at work and a phone or tablet at home) to regularly access the server.

    What Is an Open License?
    An Open License is a volume license agreement between Microsoft and a corporation, charity, academic institution, or government institution. It gives you the flexibility to get the licenses you need for your enterprise, while also providing features like Software Assurance (which guarantees free upgrades among other features).

    Microsoft SQL Server Are Not Included in This Purchase
    This product is for a Device or User CAL for an already installed Microsoft SQL Server. The server itself is not included.
    If you would like to purchase a Microsoft SQL Server, SaveOnIT sells it elsewhere on this site for a lower price than anywhere else online.


  • Microsoft SQL Server Features

    The latest Microsoft SQL Server, the 2016 edition, provides new abilities to gather data, keep it secure, and analyze it. Essentially, it upgrades all the elements most important to an SQL Server: storing data and providing high quality business intelligence.

    Collect dispersed data with Data Warehousing—Data warehousing allows you to collect data that is dispersed in various locations in on-site and cloud locations. Once the data has been brought together, it is then possible to organize and analyze it to discover new and deeper insights. Data warehousing is capable of handling enormous amounts of data (many terabytes), so no matter how much and how dispersed your data, it can gather it and prepare it for analysis.

    Always On Availability Groups with cross-database referencing—Always On Availability Groups group multiple databases together in case of fail overs. This allows for improved cross-database referencing that, once again, allows for more insights and analysis.

    Always Encrypted and other security upgrades—Any SQL Server doing its job is home to massive amounts of data, much of it of a very sensitive nature. It is of primary importance, therefore, to keep all that data secure. Microsoft SQL Server provides for that with a number of features. First, there is Always Encrypted, which encrypts sensitive data within documents, not just whole documents themselves. The keys for the Always Encrypted encryptions are not saved on the server, so it is impossible for unauthorized users to get hold of them.

    There are many other security features on the server, some of the most powerful include contained databases, row-level, security, and encryption for backups.

    Unlimited cores and unlimited virtualization—Some editions of the latest Microsoft SQL Server include eliminated cores and virtualization, as well as the operation system’s maximum memory. This allows for a far more productive server capable of far more advanced work that results in much less lag or server stress.
    Powerful business intelligence features—Microsoft SQL Server has many useful features, but the one people look for when they purchase it is the business intelligence.

    The latest edition of the Microsoft SQL Server has a large number of incredible business intelligence features, including:

    Power Pivot is a new feature in Microsoft Excel that allows you to perform powerful analysis and data models. With Power Pivot you can work with large amounts of data and get analysis almost instantly.

    Direct Query lets you query always up-to-date data and has no limit on memory use. That lack of a memory limit makes it possible to query massive databases to discover more than ever before. Direct Query also works with databases that run complex calculations.

    Power View lets you visualize your data in numerous ways, some traditional, some more novel. It includes tiles, slicers, chart filters, bubble charts, and many more options. These visualizations make it easier to share newly discovered insights in a quick and relatable way.

    Mobile BI makes it possible to finally get business intelligence through the devices you use most often: your phone and your tablet.


    Get Microsoft SQL Server Open License CALs at SaveOnIT
    SaveOnIT not only has the lowest price on Microsoft SQL Server Open License CALs for either devices or users, we also deliver those CALs faster than the competition.
    If you have any questions about the Microsoft SQL Server, CALs, or installation concerns, our experts are available 24/7 to provide you with answers. Just contact them on-site or call us at +1 888-565-9142

  • There are no specific requirements for devices accessing the server, other than the need for a CAL license. However, the more up to date a device, the more it can enjoy all of the features associated with the server.

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