Easy to Use and Affordable Exchange Alternative for Outlook Calendar Sharing
OfficeCalendar provides an easy-to-use, effective and affordable Exchange alternative to Outlook calendar sharing. Unlike Microsoft Exchange you won’t need costly hardware, software and an expensive expert to install and use OfficeCalendar. OfficeCalendar can run on your existing network and hardware on either, a peer-to-peer network or a server-based network.
If your primary requirement is to set up Outlook shared calendar and/or group calendars functionality then OfficeCalendar is likely to be your most effective choice. OfficeCalendar’s Administration/Server component can run on any 32-bit Windows operating system including Windows Vista, 2003, XP and 2000. This makes it an effective alternative to Exchange Server because you won't be forced to purchase server and client licenses for Microsoft's server operating systems. However, OfficeCalendar can also operate on Microsoft server operating systems like Windows 2008, 2003, XP and 2000 servers, but these aren't required for the server component to operate (these are required for Exchange Server to operate). This means that the software and hardware costs associated with operating OfficeCalendar are substantially less than the cost of Microsoft Exchange Server.
Simple Enough to Install and Administer Yourself, OfficeCalendar is the logical choice for sharing Outlook Calendars
One of the largest hidden costs associated with Microsoft Exchange Server is installation, setup and administration. Unless your organization already employs an experienced Exchange Server administrator, you will have a pay substantial amount of money to hire someone to install and configure it for you. Plus, you will have to budget a substantial amount of money for maintenance costs throughout the year. Because OfficeCalendar is simple enough to install and manage yourself it offers you a further substantial reduction in up-front and long-term costs associated with Microsoft Exchange Server.
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