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