Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
With Exchanger Server 2013, Microsoft has expanded its Exchange Service product range with a comprehensive collection of new functions, technologies and services. The software and hardware have been designed to support users and organisations in keeping their communication strategies clear, flexible, transparent and cost efficient. Numerous tools facilitate the storage and management of shared emails, tasks, appointments, contacts and various other elements. The groupware and email transport service software thus offer the perfect tools for ensuring productive collaboration. This means that you can access your data from almost anywhere, and host your company's emails on your own server.
The benefits of Exchange Server 2013
Exchange Server 2013 features a modular model, which facilitates supplies of all sizes. Additionally, it offers high availability as well as client load sharing as standard features, while also raising interoperability between different versions to a new level. Support for multiple databases per volume as well as faster failover ensures an increase in active operating periods. An integrated solution for monitoring and managed availability offers functions for self-repair and automatic troubleshooting. Moreover, you can enjoy cost benefits as well as improvements in terms of flexibility and scaling thanks to simplified options for load sharing. Through the use of larger and lower priced data carriers, you can also reduce your storage costs.
An overview of some of the features of Exchange Server 2013:
- Central management and storage of appointments, emails etc. Optimised index and search functions
- Provision of fail-proof solutions
- SharePoint and Lync integration
- Mailbox provision using Cloud
- Outlook web app as a new and improved interface
- No limitations to the period of use
System requirements for Exchange Server 2013
To be able to work with Exchange Server 2013, you need at least Windows Server 2008 R2. The successive version, Windows Server 2012, is also supported. An Intel processor that uses Intel 64 architecture (previously Intel EM64T) is also required. Your Mailbox should have at least 8 GB of available RAM, with client access of 4 GB. Your hard drive should have at least 30 GB of space available to install Exchange, as well as an additional 500 MB for each UM (Unified Messaging) language packet. You can find more information regarding system requirements on the relevant product page.
Licensing with user or device CALs
To use Exchange Server 2013, you will require access licences. These CALs (Client Access Licences), which you will also find in our well-stocked online shop, are available as user CALs or device CALs. User CALs can only be used for one user. Multiple devices can dial into the servers using these CALs. Device CALs, on the other hand, are associated with a single device, and can therefore be used by an unlimited number of employees. We offer individual licences as well as bundles of ten at reasonable prices. Order your version of Exchange Server 213 along with the relevant access licence now! Our support team will be glad to help out with any further questions you may have.