Exchange Server 2013

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Exchange Server 2013 offers you a solution for corporate email that can be implemented on any scale. Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 insists on security


The perfect solution for corporate email

March 4, 2014
9 / 10

Get hold of a quality solution for your business mail with the options offered by Microsoft in Exchange Server 2013. With an interface aimed at reducing complexity when it comes to managing your communications, you'll be able to unify everything relative to your email, calendar and work contacts in a single application.

All your corporate communications in a safe place.

Main features

  • Guarantees that communications will always be available.
  • Implementation on any scale.
  • Prevents the loss of data.
  • Centralized data storage.
  • Management of accesses from mobile devices.
  • Permission administration.
  • Possibility to work on the cloud.

Why should I choose Exchange Server 2013?

There are many reasons to choose the email client developed by the company from Redmond. Its capacity to recover from disasters, such as the mass loss of information, the continuous control of the user over its functions, its compatibility and how easy it is to maintain are features that tilt the scales in its favor.

Safety first!

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013's commitment to safety is unfaltering, as it implements secure systems for the protection of the different data and relationships it manages. From user permissions depending on their position, to the strict control of accesses made from mobile devices, everything is under the surveillance of this program.

Download Exchange Server 2013 and provide your company's structure with an efficient and secure mailing system.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Requires Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012.
  • Requires a 64-bit operating system.
  • Requires an active Internet connection to complete the installation through the download client.
  • The trial period lasts for 180 days.

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