Microsoft Exchange Standard User CAL - license & software assurance

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  • Government Select
  • License & Software Assurance
  • 1 user CAL
  • English
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  • Government Select
  • License & Software Assurance
  • 1 user CAL
  • English
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Microsoft® Select License 6.0 is a software volume licensing program designed for corporate, government, and academic customers with 250 or more desktops and mixed product and purchasing requirements. Select License 6.0 customers receive a volume price level for each pool of products selected (applications, systems, or servers) based on a three-year software forecast.

Software Assurance (SA) is a simpler way of obtaining the latest and most innovative Microsoft products, replacing the complexity of one-time upgrades (VUP - Version Upgrade; PUP - Product Upgrade; CUP - Competitive Upgrade; LUP - Language Upgrade) and Upgrade Advantage (UA). With Software Assurance, you receive the right to run the current version of the product as well as any new versions released during the term of your coverage.



Microsoft Exchange Server is designed to meet the messaging and collaboration needs of small and medium corporations. Together with its client software, Microsoft Outlook, Exchange provides a highly reliable, scalable, and easy to manage messaging and collaboration infrastructure.

Exchange Server delivers enhanced reliability, scalability, and performance with lower cost of ownership, which is derived through unified management of messaging, collaboration and network resources. Exchange supports a wide range of collaborative activities, including group scheduling capabilities, discussion groups, and team folders. With built-in content indexing and search, users can find and share information quickly. Exchange combines powerful workflow tools with Web standards like Extensible Markup Language (XML) and HTTP, resulting in a platform for high-performance Web applications such as knowledge management and e-commerce. With features such as Instant Messaging and real-time data and video conferencing, Exchange enables access to the people and information you want, anytime and from anywhere.
Microsoft Exchange Standard User CAL - license & software assurance is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It allows the user to have access to all their emails What is our primary use case?The Exchange enterprise system allows you to create multiple databases, allows users to recover deleted emails, and allows having 2TB of mail on my server.How has it helped my organization?Yes, Exchange is the most cooperative tool in the business. I have to ensure the complete reliability of all email. All dictation power goes through email.What is most valuable?One of the most important aspects is it allows the user to have access to all their emails, the oldest ones, in a mailbox. We do not need to create PST files.What needs improvement?At this time the Exchange Server is housed in the EVA4400, and I intend to acquire HPE SimpliVity. But, I'm still doing market research.For how long have I used the solution?More than five years.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is a product that is simple to manage, and easy to use. What is our primary use case?This solution helps us collaborate with other members of the organization.How has it helped my organization?It helps us with basic needs such as email. It is also extremely helpful for us to collaborate with other Microsoft products such as: Office and Active Directory.What needs improvement?I think that improvements should be made in creating greater abilities for Microsoft Exchange in terms of Reasearch and Development.For how long have I used the solution?More than five years.What other advice do I have?It is a product that is simple to manage, and easy to use.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The access by any user with mobile or laptop is a huge selling point. What is our primary use case?The primary use case is sending and responding to email.How has it helped my organization?Our primary use is protection of email. Email is the primary mode of communication. With Exchange, the user can access it anywhere on mobile or laptop. It becomes easy for them to communicate with their vendors and consumers. So that is why we chose Exchange.What is most valuable?It is easy to use and we can allow many users because now our users are scattered They over a wide area. We can use it from anywhere. That is the main benefit for us.What needs improvement?In terms of probability, every now and then there are changes coming and going. The changes are not that frequent because every month they got updates back, so that is an issue.For how long have I used the solution?Three to five years.What do I think about the stability of the solution?We always have a higher variability configuration ready and we've got two mailbox servers, so even if one goes down, we can use it, we can still access our mail. As far as variability in internet we've never had any major issues.What do I think about the scalability of the solution?We have not had scalability concerns. We had already planned for scalability and everything, and when we started we were only ten user accounts but we got thousand users so we planned for a thousand users so we never had any issue. We still have room for expansion so it's not an issue for us.Which solutions did we use previously?We previously used Google gmail. But,we have a lot of expertise with Exchange. And the thing with Google, or any dormant solution, is that we are a semi-dormant algorithm and we can't have our data out on the cloud.How was the initial setup?It was a straightforward implementation. We just had five or six servers off Exchange and never had any issues. It was a very straightforward thing for us, we just made sure that we found it well and we went by the phases and a small issues moving from the old version of Exchange to the new version of Exchange, but it was small DNA. No major issues along the way.What other advice do I have?VNA redundancy has grown in the data, VNA data variability has grown, even in case VNA found the server goes down, and users can still access their email. So basically everything is good. The feature VNA almost as good as having your own Outlook, although it's better VNA.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-16
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