Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Device CAL Open Gov. 381-04208
Exchange Server 2010 Standard Device CAL Open Gov. 381-04208
Providing more devices with access to your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard means more of your fellow workers can enjoy the high-quality and efficient communication tools available on the server.
It allows for more emailing, more sharing of contacts, and easier coordination of calendars, and that is just the beginning. Device CALs for your server allow everyone to reach their highest level of productivity through the best communication methods.
What Is Microsoft Exchange Server?
Microsoft Exchange Server is designed to provide a centralized location that contains all of the communication tools required for a government office to perform all of its duties at an optimum level. The server includes email, contacts, calendar, scheduling, voice mail, and now instant messaging abilities with features that allow for quick, efficient, and thorough communication within and outside the office.
The server allows for remote access for users and (in this edition) administrators, so that all server and communication functions can be accessed anywhere, using any type of device.
What Is an Open Government License?
An Open Government License is a volume license that allows for the running of the Microsoft Exchange Server and the accessing of it. It is designed to run optimally with between two and 250 users, although it can accommodate up to 750, if need be.
Different Exchange Editions
Most Microsoft servers come in multiple editions, so that they can accommodate the needs of different businesses and institutions. In Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, the two main editions are Standard and Enterprise.
Enterprise provides for those businesses that need more databases for their mailbox and public folders. It can host up to 100.
The Standard edition, on the other hand, is designed to meet the needs of the majority of offices. It shares all the same features as Enterprise but can only host five databases.
What Is a Device CAL?
To access your Microsoft Exchange Server, you will need a CAL, or client access license. CALs come in two forms: user or device. This product includes a Device CAL, which allows one licensed device to access the server for any user.
It is an ideal option for government offices that expect for a limited set of devices to handle all server use for all those in the office.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Is Not Included in This Product
This product includes a Device CAL for an already installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard. The server itself is not included and must to purchased separately.
If you wish to purchase a copy of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard, SaveOnIT sells it elsewhere on the site at a marked discount.
Get Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard Device CALs at SaveOnIT
SaveOnIT provides the lowest prices anywhere on all CALs, including the Device CALs required to access a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard. We also have around-the-clock experts help available to answer all your questions. You can contact us either on-site or by calling +1 888-565-9142.
|Year of Product||2010|