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Novell GroupWise vs. Microsoft Exchange�A Cost-of-Acquisition Business Case

According to an independent consultant, GroupWise advantages in the areas of supporting infrastructure, hardware, operating systems, licensing, acquisition costs and migration requirements make it superior to Microsoft Exchange.

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Novell: According to an independent consultant, GroupWise advantages in the areas of supporting infrastructure, hardware, operating systems, licensing, acquisition costs and migration requirements make it a superior choice versus Microsoft Exchange. For example, GroupWise gives enterprises a wide choice of operating systems and, unlike Exchange, does not require 64-bit servers. With 5,000 users, hardware costs for Exchange could reach $77,000 versus $42,000 for GroupWise, while licensing with Microsoft could cost up to $1.1 million versus $719,000 with Novell.





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