TCO Comparison: Kerio MailServer versus Microsoft Exchange

Small to medium businesses (SMBs) that want to improve e-mail and collaboration efficiency need to assess the total cost of ownership (TCO) of potential e-mail solutions. This study identifies three key considerations for calculating the TCO of Microsoft Exchange, and then compares the TCO of Kerio MailServer to Exchange 2007, Windows Small Business Server (SBS) or Essential Business Server (EBS), and Hosted Exchange.
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