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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Lic. Open Gov.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Lic. Open Gov.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Lic. Open Gov.

Brand: Microsoft

Works On:

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

$ 559 .00
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Details

MPN: 312-04108

Lifetime
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Digital download, no hard copy will be shipped.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Lic. Open Gov.

USD$559.00
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    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Lic. Open Gov. 312-04062 

    Why Buy Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server License?


    Access Incredible Correspondence, Communication, and Organizational Tools with This License
    Any and every office struggles with two significant roadblocks that deny it the ability to work more effectively: a lack of communication, and a lack of organization. No matter what work your office specializes in, if you can’t get everyone communicating well, you can’t get everyone working in unison and towards the same goals. And if you can’t get every worker organized, you can’t expect them to meet deadlines, follow through precisely on requirements, and finish with the best possible product at the end of their work.

    In offices with many employees, all working on a vast number of complex, individual projects, these two roadblocks can lead to disastrous outcomes. But you can overcome both by merely providing more CAL licenses to your employees for your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server. A CAL, or client access license, is all a user needs to gain access to all the tools on your Exchange Server, allowing them to work from email, calendars, contacts, and other features in an instant.

    With the ability to accommodate up to 250 devices, the CAL licenses for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server are flexible enough to provide full access to almost any office.
    You can change the whole dynamic of your office without requiring a single major purchase. Just provide all of the licenses you need for your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server and watch the efficiency improve.

    Is this not the Microsoft Exchange Server product you were looking for? Consider some of our other Microsoft Exchange Server options. We have all the major editions and all required CALs available.

    Download Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server License Instantly


    Provide every employee with a license for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server, and they’ll have a vast set of tools that make it easier to stay organized and remain in excellent contact with everyone in and out of the office. You can also keep up with all legal demands for your communications and provide more individualized attention to messages and users alike.

    When you purchase your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Licenses from SaveOnIT, you’ll receive the best price every time, while also getting your software downloads faster than anywhere else. We also specialize in excellent customer service.


  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server Features

    Bringing Access to Your Powerful Server for Everyone in Your Office

    By providing something as simple and affordable as a CAL license to an employee, they can gain access to one of Microsoft’s great communication achievements: the Exchange Server 2010.

    This server comes with all kinds of powerful features that can unleash the full potential of your office.

    With your new CALs, every employee can enjoy all of the following features:

    Database-level capabilities: Previous Exchange Server editions had some high availability, but it was limited to the server-level scope. Now, you get database-level high availability, which provides for a number of copies of every database (in the Standard edition, you can have up to five databases). This ensures that in the event of any failure, the server can draw on its copies to recover automatically with no disruption on the user end. It’s also possible now for a single database to failover without affecting the rest of the databases on the server. In sum, you get far more access to your data with far less disruption.

    New legal hold and other abilities: Previous Enterprise Server editions lacked a lot of crucial legal capabilities that businesses have to consider in their correspondence. Now, it’s easier to respond to any legal demands on Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server. There’s a legal hold tool that allows a whole mailbox to be retained, no matter what the user does with it. So, they can send, receive, delete, archive, and otherwise work with their email as normal, but a separate legal hold will be created with copies of all items, so it can always be accessed for legal needs. Enterprise Server 2010 also provides a business with a multi-mailbox E-discovery too to better search and find necessary information through the search of keywords and phrases simultaneously.

    New ways to work with your voice messages: It’s not always possible to sit and listen to every voicemail that comes through. Simplify your workers’ voicemail experience with automatic transcription of every message that then is sent as an email with both versions available.

    Clutter reduction with a personal archive: Users get two separate mailboxes to work from, making it possible to set up an archive mailbox that removes clutter from the primary mailbox.

    More control over message retention: With Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server, each user has more control over what happens to every message. Individual messages can be tagged to fit the needs of that message. For instance, they can be deleted in 30 days, archived after a few years, or otherwise dealt with based on those individual needs.


  • There are no specific system requirements for the devices that will access Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Server, other than the need for an activated license, or CAL. Devices should be kept up-to-date, though, and should use an appropriate operating system, such as Windows 7 or later.

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