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Enable Flexible Work styles with Windows 10
Windows 10 is built to support all you do—at work, at home, and on the go—with modern devices that are secured and connected so you are always ready for business. Designed to deliver the devices and services people love and the enterprise solutions that organizations need, Windows 8.1 lets you stay connected to information, apps, and contacts from anywhere, anytime with powerful business tablets and versatile, next-generation PCs.
Along with Windows 10, the industry has introduced a new era in tablets and PCs with thinner, lighter, and faster devices with longer battery life that run on a variety of form factors — from tablets and laptops to convertibles to all-in-ones. New Windows devices also provide touch experiences and full mouse and keyboard support for the convenience and mobility of a tablet, the power and familiarity of a full PC, and the ease to effortlessly move between work and personal activities. Windows 8.1 takes full advantage of these innovations on existing devices and support a broader range of screen sizes and high-definition screens, while enabling greater connectivity and tighter security.
Desktop users appreciate a familiar experience along with greater flexibility to personalize start screens, boot directly to the desktop, or leave the desktop along with an enhanced search experience and multi-monitor support. Enterprise organizations appreciate greater control over business devices with features such as Assigned Access, which lets organizations limit device access to a specific app while locking the rest of the system so users cannot access files or other applications.
Connect your people, wherever they are
Microsoft Lync 2013 delivers streamlined communications for the users in your business, so they can find and communicate with the right person, right now. Work across different locations and time zones using a variety of communication methods such as instant messaging, conferencing, and enterprise voice. Microsoft unified communications can also help organisations reduce the operating costs of travel, telecom and IT, while allowing them to improve their business outcomes in a sustainable way.Microsoft Lync Server 2013 offers three primary deployment options. It can be deployed on premises, hosted by Microsoft, or hosted by a partner. Depending on the option selected, there are different ways to purchase the appropriate license for Lync:
On premises: To deploy Lync on premises, users need a server license for each Lync Server 2013 Front End instance and Client Access Licenses (CALs) for each user or device accessing Lync Server. Customers can acquire CALs on a standalone basis, or along with other Microsoft products in the Core CAL or Enterprise CAL (ECAL) Suites.
Microsoft-hosted: For a Microsoft-hosted Lync deployment, a User Subscription License (USL) is needed for each user. Similar to on-premises Lync licensing, Users can purchase Lync Online standalone or in combination with other Microsoft products as part of an Office 365 Suite.
Partner-hosted: Microsoft has a large partner ecosystem to help customers build, deploy, and service Microsoft Lync Server 2013 products and solutions. Contact a partner directly to host Lync infrastructure or help build a next-generation communications experience.
Get business email, calendar, and contacts delivered on your PC, phone, and browser. With a simplified approach to high availability and disaster recovery, achieve new levels of reliability and reduce complexity, while protecting sensitive and confidential information.
Exchange Server 2013 helps to ensure your communications are always available while you remain in control.
Secure and compliantGet integrated functionality that eases regulatory compliance and reduces discovery cost.
Easy to deploy and maintain
Exchange Server 2013 offers flexible deployment options and helps decrease the amount of time spent managing your messaging systems.
With this license type, a license must be assigned for each instance of the server software that is being run. There are two server editions:
Standard: designed for the mailbox needs of small to midsize organizations. Also appropriate for non-mailbox roles in a larger Exchange deployment. This edition supports 1 to 5 mailbox databases.
Enterprise: designed for larger organizations that may require a greater number of mailbox databases. This edition supports 1 to 100 mailbox databases. (To use 100 mailbox databases you must have installed Exchange Server 2013 RTM Cumulative Update 2. Learn more.)
With this license type, a CAL is required for each user or device that accesses the server software. There are two types of CALs for Exchange, both of which work with either edition of the server:
Standard: designed to help users be more productive from virtually any platform, browser, or mobile device, with new features in Exchange Server 2013 that help manage communications overload and lower helpdesk costs. To enable Standard CAL features for a user, the user must be licensed with the Standard CAL.
Enterprise: designed to allow organizations to reduce the cost and complexity of meeting compliance requirements with new integrated archiving functionality and information protection capabilities, while also helping you cut costs by replacing legacy voice mail systems with Unified Messaging. The Enterprise CAL is sold as an add-on to the Standard CAL—to enable Enterprise CAL features, the user must be licensed with one Standard CAL plus one Enterprise CAL.
What is CRM?
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is our customer relationship management (CRM) business solution that drives sales productivity and marketing effectiveness through social insights, business intelligence, and campaign management in the cloud, on-premises, or with a hybrid combination.
Customer relationship management (CRM) can help reduce costs and increase profitability by organizing and automating business processes that nurture customer satisfaction and loyalty in the sales, marketing, and customer service fields. CRM solutions can deliver ROI through marketing automation, customer service, and sales force automation.
We also offer mobile CRM apps and platforms that enable you to manage your customer relationships on your mobile devices, along with tools that integrate data and reporting from social media directly into your CRM application.
Enable BYOD with mobile device management from the cloud
Windows Intune helps organizations let their people use the devices and applications they love while configuring device settings to meet compliance needs. Either completely from the cloud or connected to an existing System Center Configuration Manager infrastructure, Windows Intune lets you manage devices in a flexible way that’s best for you.
•Support BYOD across all popular platforms: Windows, iOS, and Android
•Improve efficiency and simplify administration with no infrastructure required
•Manage PCs and mobile devices in one place
•Protect corporate assets with configuration policies and remote wipe
•Easily integrate with existing System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Deployments as needed.