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Exchange Online and On-Premises Exchange?
What is Microsoft Exchange Online?
When it comes to commercial communication, emails have always been at the forefront. And for email service, Microsoft Exchange is likely the most widely used tool. Although previously, this was housed on an On-Premise server, the advent of Exchange Online overruled the server rendering it unnecessary.
Microsoft 365 Exchange Online Plans
Exchange Online Plan 1
At Technology Solutions Worldwide, we offer this plan at just $3.50 per user/month and $42.00 for an annual subscription. Each user gets 50 GB of mailbox storage and can send messages up to 150 MB in size. Under this plan, you can compare calendars to schedule meetings and access collaboration features, including shared calendars, groups, the global address list, external contacts, tasks, conference rooms, and delegation capabilities. Also, Exchange Online Protection protects every mailbox with premier anti-malware and anti-spam protection. The inbox is cleaned by automatically moving old messages to an In-Place Archive.
Exchange Online Plan 2
The Exchange Online Plan 2, which we offer at $7.00 per user/month and $84.00 annually, allows each user to enjoy 100 GB of mailbox storage and send messages up to 150 MB in size.
With this plan, users enjoy 100 GB in the user’s primary mailbox plus 1.5 TB in the user’s archive mailbox. Users also enjoy hosted Unified Messaging services that provide call answering, a dial-in user interface, and company-automated attendant capabilities. Check out more features.
Let’s consider a few differences to determine whether you should buy On-Premises Exchange or Exchange Online.
Exchange Online is known to have a customizable cost. As a business, you have to purchase licenses for users. And licenses can be purchased as a solo Exchange Online License or accessed through Microsoft 365 subscriptions.
On the other hand, the initial investment of On-Premise is larger. With Exchange On-Premise, you are in charge of the server and all hardware server maintenance. Although the initial investment is expensive, if you keep the server for about 10 years and upgrade it every 3 years, it can be a less expensive option.
When it comes to the most recent features and software, Exchange Online is the best option. You’ll always have access to the newest technology when used with Microsoft 365. With Microsoft, you’ll enjoy automatic security flaws and upgrades.
As for On-Premise Exchange, you’ll have to update it manually.
Each user only has 50GB of mailbox storage under the Exchange Online basic plan. However, On-Premise allows you to customize mailbox storage to fit your needs. The only factor limiting the maximum mailbox is the storage capacity of the server’s hard disk.
Microsoft manages all Exchange Online servers, employing about 3,500 security professionals. This Exchange Online Protection is no doubt a significant investment.
When you use Exchange On-Premise, however, you’re in charge of the full maintenance of the server.
Get Your Exchange Online Plan Now!
On-Premises and Exchange Online are good options for business Messaging services. Your choice depends on what will work best for your business. Small businesses might go for Exchange Online because of limited IT experts, while big organizations with sufficient skilled IT might decide to go for On-Premise. Contact Technology Solutions Worldwide to Buy Exchange Online today!