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Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013 License - Open License

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  • Supports 1 User / 1 Device
  • Digital Delivery / 3 - 5 Business Days Estimated Delivery Time
  • Runs On Windows
  • 1 Installation
  • Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
  • Open Business Licensing
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Product Specifications

  • Installation Method: Digital Download
  • Estimated Delivery Time: 3 - 5 Business Days
  • Users Supported: 1 User
  • Devices Supported: 1 Device
  • Installations Supported: 1 Installation
  • License Type: Perpetual
  • License Term: Indefinite
  • Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
  • Brand: Microsoft
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 76P-01501
  • GTIN: 659556770600
  • Platform Supported: Windows
  • Operating Systems Supported: Windows Server
  • Minimum Hard Drive Space: 8 GB
  • Minimum Memory: 4 GB
  • Minimum Processor Speed: 1.0 GHz


Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013 License - Open License

SharePoint 2013 is the new way to work together.

Organize, sync and share all your content

SharePoint Server 2013 is designed to help you achieve new levels of reliability and performance, delivering features and capabilities that simplify administration, protect communications and information, and empower users while meeting their demands for greater business mobility. A simplified user experience helps you organize, sync and share all your content. New social capabilities make it easy to share ideas, keep track of what your colleagues are working on, and discover experts you never knew existed.



Social features

SharePoint Server 2013 is now been reorganized into three distinct hubs: Newsfeed, OneDrive, and Sites. You no longer need to specifically visit your My Site in a web browser to access social features.




Community site

In SharePoint Server 2010, discussion boards enabled members of a site to share information and discuss topics with other members. SharePoint Server 2013 expands on the discussion concept by introducing Community Sites, which are site collections built using the brand new Community Site template.

OneNote integration with team sites

Now, when you create a team site, a OneNote shared notebook is automatically created as part of the site. You can use this notebook to capture, compile, and share information.






Keep track of important SharePoint sites

Create new team sites quickly on your Sites page. Follow SharePoint sites and see them listed on your Sites page. People following you get an alert when you start following a site. If a site you create has a newsfeed, you can post to this newsfeed from the public newsfeed.

Keep track of your tasks

See a timeline of your current tasks, including tasks assigned to you in SharePoint, and tasks you entered in other applications such as Outlook that are sent to SharePoint via Exchange. Create new tasks and use views to filter tasks. For example, see which tasks are active, completed, or coming due.


You can now create and edit lists right on the page, just as you are used to doing in programs such as Microsoft Excel. For example, just click a link and you can add, edit, or delete columns without leaving the page you’re currently editing.

Improved search


Create and maintain Search Centers

Site owners can create and maintain Search Centers, and can customize the styling and settings that affect search results. Phonetic search now works in multiple languages. Search results are logically grouped and provide query suggestions based on past results.



Site collection health checker

Site collection owners or administrators can use the site collection health checker to detect issues with their site collections and address them before upgrading the sites to the new version. The health checker can repair some issues automatically, but others might require manual steps to repair.

Request an evaluation site collection

In preparation for upgrading the site, site owners or administrators can request an evaluation site collection, which is a copy of the site, for review purposes. Evaluation sites are set to automatically expire and be deleted.

Apps for SharePoint


SharePoint Server 2013 includes support for the development, installation, management, and use of apps. An app is a small-scale, stand-alone application that solves a specific end-user need or performs a specific task. End users can discover and download apps from the SharePoint Store, or from their organization's App Catalog.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Solid Product

Solid product, with a lot of flexibility, depending on the tier you go with and how much of the stuff you actually want to use. IE just use the MS office stuff or go all out with exchange and share point on line. It's super easy to add new users and download/install the office suite for those that aren't ready to try the browser based apps. It is very cheap to buy Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013 Licenses, considering...just get it at Tech Supply Shop.

Turnkey Solution

I was in the large group of people disappointed with Microsoft's decision to kill off SBS. The price was a bit higher, but that's microsoft Whilst there are still some pricing issues in the larger end of the SME market, for small companies I am now a passionate convert to Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013 License. As a turnkey solution, it's even easier than SBS was. SkyDrive and SharePoint are easily accessible and understandable.

Love It

Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013 License is a break away from the other Office products but definitely like it's ability for use wherever. I use this in conjunction with Office 2013 but I can always count on 365 when accessing remotely. This, along with OneDrive, is going to make my life so much easier. No more issues with folders not syncing, no installation of Office (with corresponding updates)... love it.