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The Express and the v5.0: is the Better Thing in Life Free or Paid?

By Samantha Cole Subscribe to RSS | April 20th 2012 | Views:

Any software generally comes in two variations: the paid and the free. Even if a free software is restricted to a couple of functions, it can truly be a a blessing for many individuals. To step up to more advanced tasks, you have to pay for the upgrade.

The Blackberry Enterprise Server is no different; it has the Express as its free version and the v5.0 as the paid one. The comparison of the Express and the v5.0 has certainly been the subject of debate in online forums and other websites. Must you opt for the cash saver or the full-course plate? Some specialists have offered their own thoughts on which one to opt for.

Both the Express and the v5.0 require a client license or CAL to get activated and uncover its cool features. CALs also exist in other software, often named license keys, to make sure that the copy of the software is real. One CAL for the BlackBerry Enterprise Server is adequate for several units-the v5.0's CAL can provide for more though.

The Express has five or ten CALs, with each CAL good for 75 units if they are all sharing the same server. In contrast, the v5.0 includes 20 CALs, with each CAL good for a mighty 2,000 units. To acquire more CALs for more units, you can get Express CALs for free, while a single v5.0 CAL can cost about $90.00.

As discussed previously, if you choose to get more out of your software, it will certainly cost you several dollars. For less than $3,000, you can get the Blackberry Enterprise Server v5.0 with added functions and full technical support. The price may seem hefty to look at, but if you run a large business, you need a complete toolbox of features to sustain it. On the other hand, the Express can be a better option for medium- and small-sized companies.

You can manage the Blackberry Enterprise Server 5 to behave in a method you see fit for your company. This can be done by configuring the right IT policies, which are applicable for the Express and the v5.0. The Express has 35 IT policies available, while the v5.0 offers 450.

For more information on the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express 5.0 and its paid version, you can check out the article at The Blackberry website also has a list of the IT policies you can configure for your unit.

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