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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL Open Gov. PGI-00520 - 1000w

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL Open Gov. PGI-00520 - 1000w

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL Open Gov. PGI-00520 - 1000w

Brand: Microsoft

Works On:

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

$ 199 .99
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MPN: PGI-00520

Lifetime
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Digital download, no hard copy will be shipped.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL Open Gov. PGI-00520 - 1000w

USD$199.99
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    Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL Open Gov. PGI-00520

    Every government office needs the ability to communicate effectively with others in the office and with those outside it. Whether it’s a colleague, a contractor, or a constituent, you need all the best tools to keep your communication organized and allow for quick and thorough discussions.
    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise has all those communication tools, and with new User CALs, more members of your office can access all the server’s benefits.

    What Is Microsoft Exchange?
    A Microsoft Exchange Server specializes in providing all the latest and highest quality communication programs and features from a centralized location. It provides for all of your government office’s email, calendar, contacts, messaging, voice mail, and scheduling needs. Exchange Server allows every user to maximize the efficiency and benefit of every communication.

    The server also acts as a storage device, maintaining all your communications in an organized and easy-to-access for, both for personal reference and for compliance and legal searches.

    It can be accessed both locally and remotely.

    What Is an Open Government License?
    An Open Government License is a volume license for the Microsoft Exchange Server. It allows for the use of the Exchange Server or for users or device to access that server in a small government office. Ideally, it provides for between two and 250 users, although it can accommodate more.

    Different Exchange Editions
    As with most of Microsoft’s servers, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is available in different editions, each one designed to meet the needs of individual offices and businesses. For Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, the Standard edition can address the needs of most small operations, however it is limited to five databases for mailbox or public folders.

    The Enterprise edition, on the other hand, provides far more on that front, allowing you to host up to 100 databases.

    What Is a User CAL?
    To access your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise, users will be required to have a CAL, or client access license. With a User CAL, a user can access the server from any device, allowing for optimum convenience, as both personal and professional devices can access the server from anywhere.

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Is Not Included in This Product
    This product includes a User CAL for an already installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise. The server itself is sold separately.
    If you are interested in purchasing the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise, SaveOnIT offers it at a guaranteed low price elsewhere on the site.


  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Features

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise includes upgraded features in email, storage, and administrative controls. With the 2010 edition, it is now possible to achieve more with your communications, while also saving and protecting data and streamlining administrative duties.

    Outlook Web Access upgrades—The first and most important aspect of modern communication is email, and that’s why Microsoft made a point of adding so many features to Outlook Web Access. To begin with, email can now be accessed with all its features in Safari and Firefox, as well as Explorer. Beyond access, there are new features to aid in better communication, like the conversation view that lets users see all the messages in a thread, even if those messages have been saved to different locations. Users can also now attach messages to a new message to provide improved understanding for those receiving the new message. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Outlook now provides a chat messaging ability for short and fast communication.

    Storage improvements—Perhaps the area that shows most improvement in the 2010 edition is in storage. There are several major upgrades that allow you to store more and store it more securely. Those features include:

    Never lose data with the Database Availability Group—The risk of losing data through server failure is significant, and losing communications data can set offices back for days, weeks, and months. To avoid that, Microsoft has included Database Availability Group, or DAG, which ensures up to 16 mailbox servers will be preserved in the case of a system failure.

    Easier to store and retrieve messages with Personal Archive—Having the ability to recall old messages quickly is central to keeping up with efficient messaging. Personal Archive allows you to keep messages archived longer and to recall them more easily.

    Provide for compliance with Recoverable Items—While it’s important to be able to delete messages from an inbox to avoid clutter, for the sake of compliance and legal searches, that data must be recallable. Recoverable Items makes sure every government office is able to provide for such needs with a tamper proof storage option.

    Improved storage efficiency—Perhaps as important as any new storage feature is the general ability to store more. The 2010 edition offers 70% improvement on storage over the 2007 edition, allowing for you to save more on fewer servers. Meaning, it costs you less to keep up with all your communications.

    Administer remotely with PowerShell 2.0—PowerShell allows administrators to run cmdlets that can address the whole server quickly and efficiently. At the same time, with the 2.0 edition, administrators can also finally manage the server remotely, giving them the same flexibility as users.

    Provide new levels of delegation with Role Based Access Control—When dealing with sensitive data, as most government offices do, it is crucial that access to the server allow each user to reach all the data they need to do their job, but not anymore. Role Based Access Control allows for exactly that. Administrators can assign the exact level of access each user requires. SO, for a compliance officer they can receive cross-mailbox discover search abilities, but can be limited elsewhere, allowing for complete freedom to do their job without risking unnecessary access to sensitive data.

    Get Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise User CAL at SaveOnIT
    SaveOnIT guarantees the lowest prices on all CALs, including User CALs for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise.
    Our experts are available 24/7 to answer any and all of your questions. Contact them either on-site or by calling+1 888-565-9142

  • There are no specific requirements for a user’s device to access the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise, other than the need for a User CAL. However, to get optimal performance, devices should be up-to-date and use a compatible operating system.
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