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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519

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$ 33 .00
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MPN: PGI-00519

Lifetime
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Digital download, no hard copy will be shipped.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519

USD$33.00
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  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519


    Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL Open Gov. PGI-00519

    For a government office to work effectively, it needs to be able to communicate. Workers in the office need powerful communication tools to collaborate together, while they also need to be able to communicate with clients, contractors, and constituents. 

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise provides all the communication tools your government office needs. By providing more devices with access to your server, you make it easier for every worker to operate at the highest level with the most efficient communication.

    What Is Microsoft Exchange?
    The Microsoft Exchange Server provides a centralized location for all the communications of your government office. All of the email, calendar, contacts, and scheduling needs of your office are served with high quality programs and features that allow for improvement information sharing between all parties on the server.
    While the Exchange Server is most famous for the email features it provides, it also provides many other communication options, including voice mail and instant messaging. These and other forms of communication can be accessed from anywhere, using any type of device.

    What Is an Open Government License?
    An Open Government License is a volume license for the Microsoft Exchange Server. It is designed to be used by small government offices of between two and 250 users, although it can accommodate more.

    Different Exchange Editions
    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 comes in different editions to address the particular needs of different government institutions. The most common choice is Standard, which includes all the main features available for the 2010 edition but has a limited ability to host servers.
    The Standard edition can host only five databases for mailbox or public folders, while Enterprise, the more elite edition, can host up to 100.

    What Is a Device CAL?
    In order to for a device to access a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, it will require a CAL, or client access license. This license will allow one device to access a single server, although that device can be used by any user.
    It is an ideal choice for offices that expect most of the server access will come from a set number of shared devices.
    An alternative choice is the User CAL, which SaveOnIT sells elsewhere on the site. These allow a single user to access the server from any device.

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Is Not Included in This Product
    This product is a Device CAL that allows access to an already installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise. The server itself is not included.
    For those who need to purchase Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise, SaveOnIT sells the server elsewhere on this site at a significant discount over the competition.



  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Features

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise improves several key features of the communication server experience. Outlook receives multiple upgrades for better access and usability. Storage gets multiple enhancements that make it easier and safer to keep more data on the server. Finally, administrators see several improvements that allow them to more efficiently keep the server running.

    Outlook Web Access upgradesThe first thing most users want from Exchange is improved email, and they get it in the 2010 edition. Now, Outlook Web Access makes it far easier to access Outlook through all the most popular web browsers. It no longer requires Explorer but works just as well with Safari and Firefox. There’s a new conversation view that lets users see all messages in a thread, even if they are stored in different locations. Users can also attach a message to a message to improve reference for the receiver. Finally, users can communicate more directly and simply, with Outlook allowing for chat messaging.

    Keep your data on high availability with Database Availability GroupWith Database Availability Group, or DAG, you can ensure all your most important communications are never lost. You can use DAG with up to 16 mailbox servers so that all the data is preserved in the case of failure.

    Save messages and easily retrieve them with Personal ArchiveAnother storage improvement makes sure your messages remain archived longer and can easily be recovered. Personal Archive provides flexible storage options and can be accessed longer than other storing methods.

    Never lose compliance required data with Recoverable ItemsFor those who work in government, permanently deleting items can’t mean absolutely permanent deletion, they have to be recoverable for compliance and legal searches. Recoverable Items provides a tamper proof storage option for that exact purpose.

    More efficient storageNot only is storage improved in all of the ways listed above, it is also overall more efficient on the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Storage improves 70% over the last edition, 2007. So, fewer servers are needed to host the same amount of data, saving money for every office.

    Simplified and more powerful administration with PowerShell 2.0The 2010 edition includes PowerShell 2.0, which allows administrators to run the server remotely. It also provides powerful cmldets that can be used across the server. With PowerShell, it is easier to manage the server and also faster.   

    Delegate server access and responsibilities with Role Based Access ControlRole Based Access Control allows for new levels of delegation across the server. Administrators can now provide the specific set of abilities and access necessary for those who have different roles on the server. A compliance officer, for example, can receive cross-mailbox discover search abilities, while other abilities unrelated to the job are limited. Role Based Access Control also works to improve security, since it makes sure everyone has the abilities they need but can’t gain access to unrelated areas of the server.

    Get Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL at SaveOnIT

    SaveOnIT can provide Device CALs for your government office that immediately provide access to your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise. We can get those CALs to you faster, and we can get them to you cheaper.

    If you have any questions, contact our experts 24/7 either on-site or at +1 888-565-9142

     

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Features

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise improves several key features of the communication server experience. Outlook receives multiple upgrades for better access and usability. Storage gets multiple enhancements that make it easier and safer to keep more data on the server. Finally, administrators see several improvements that allow them to more efficiently keep the server running.

    Outlook Web Access upgrades—The first thing most users want from Exchange is improved email, and they get it in the 2010 edition. Now, Outlook Web Access makes it far easier to access Outlook through all the most popular web browsers. It no longer requires Explorer but works just as well with Safari and Firefox. There’s a new conversation view that lets users see all messages in a thread, even if they are stored in different locations. Users can also attach a message to a message to improve reference for the receiver. Finally, users can communicate more directly and simply, with Outlook allowing for chat messaging.

    Keep your data on high availability with Database Availability Group—With Database Availability Group, or DAG, you can ensure all your most important communications are never lost. You can use DAG with up to 16 mailbox servers so that all the data is preserved in the case of failure.

    Save messages and easily retrieve them with Personal Archive—Another storage improvement makes sure your messages remain archived longer and can easily be recovered. Personal Archive provides flexible storage options and can be accessed longer than other storing methods.

    Never lose compliance required data with Recoverable Items—For those who work in government, permanently deleting items can’t mean absolutely permanent deletion, they have to be recoverable for compliance and legal searches. Recoverable Items provides a tamper proof storage option for that exact purpose.

    More efficient storage—Not only is storage improved in all of the ways listed above, it is also overall more efficient on the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Storage improves 70% over the last edition, 2007. So, fewer servers are needed to host the same amount of data, saving money for every office.

    Simplified and more powerful administration with PowerShell 2.0—The 2010 edition includes PowerShell 2.0, which allows administrators to run the server remotely. It also provides powerful cmldets that can be used across the server. With PowerShell, it is easier to manage the server and also faster.   

    Delegate server access and responsibilities with Role Based Access Control—Role Based Access Control allows for new levels of delegation across the server. Administrators can now provide the specific set of abilities and access necessary for those who have different roles on the server. A compliance officer, for example, can receive cross-mailbox discover search abilities, while other abilities unrelated to the job are limited. Role Based Access Control also works to improve security, since it makes sure everyone has the abilities they need but can’t gain access to unrelated areas of the server.

     

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL System Requirements

    There are no specific system requirements for the devices accessing the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise with a Device CAL, although the more up-to-date the system and the more compatible the operating system, the more easily the device can enjoy all the server features.

     

    Get Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Device CAL at SaveOnIT

    SaveOnIT can provide Device CALs for your government office that immediately provide access to your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise. We can get those CALs to you faster, and we can get them to you cheaper.

    If you have any questions, contact our experts 24/7 either on-site or at +1 888-565-9142

     

  • There are no specific system requirements for the devices accessing the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise with a Device CAL, although the more up-to-date the system and the more compatible the operating system, the more easily the device can enjoy all the server features.

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