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Exchange Server 2013 Standard - OLP Server License
Microsoft Exchange 2013 version provides email management and calendaring solution for businesses. It enhances productivity while keeping the data safe and secure. It is built on dedicated physical servers that require a lot of maintenance.
It readily handles two roles: Client Access server role and Mailbox server role for all the authentication, redirection, and proxy services.
The Microsoft Exchange 2013 is designed to deliver security, performance, and administration with improved capabilities to benefit the business. It includes email calendaring, contact, scheduling with its best on-premise collaboration platform.
The Exchange 2013 builds upon the Exchange Server 2010 architecture and provides for-
Exchange server 2013 helps protect your information with advanced capabilities.
Help prevent users from mistakenly sending sensitive information to unauthorized people. It also protects sensitive information and prevents accidental disclosure.
Every mailbox is protected with additional layers of security that help protect your organization against spam, virus, and malware by default mode on Exchange Mailbox servers.
Running Exchange Server on a Windows deployment with less surface area helps up protecting against less attack surface area and fewer components to service.
Get disaster recovery capabilities with a team of security experts monitoring round the clock safeguard your data. So your business can run in a hassle-free manner.
There are two editions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. These are Exchange Server 2013 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. The former offers up to five mounted databases per server while the latter can scale up to 50 mounted databases per server.
The 2013 exchange version is easier than ever to provide the users with the business email solutions they need to stay efficient.
In Exchange 2013, you get automatic database-level recovery for high availability. It provides for Database, Network, and server Failures. Users also get site resilience, meaning spanning DAG across multiple AD sites.
In exchange server 2013, you get the unified messaging feature. Here, is the mailbox server redirects to the server that holds the active copy. Also, the telephony devices have to establish SIP&RTP sessions directly with the UM services.
The exchange server makes better use of the increased processor and memory capacity. It is the most innovative Exchange server release. With advanced features like the Mailbox role, a simplified installation process, and more, you'll be impressed by what it can do. And it's backed by Microsoft's support.
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