What is Zimbra Collaboration Suite
Zimbra is an enterprise-class email, calendar and collaboration solution built for the cloud, both public and private.With a redesigned browser-based interface, Zimbra offers the most innovative messaging experience available today, connecting end users to the information and activity in their personal clouds. A Zimbra Collaboration Suite is perfect for large businesses with large number of users like ISPs, governments, councils, banks, colleges, and large user groups such as real estate agents or national organizations due to its scalability, modularize, privatized and stable Linux environment. Zimbra can be deployed on both physical dedicated server or virtual machines. Visit Zimbra official website for more information.
Types of Zimbra editions
Zimbra Network Edition is available for on-premises deployment in Professional and Standard Editions. Standard Edition comes with powerful features to support multiple businesses.
Zimbra Professional Edition provides Archiving and Discovery feature that enables you to archive messages that were delivered to or sent by Zimbra Collaboration and to search across mailboxes.
Open Source Edition
Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition is available free for download. It allows you to test, evaluate, deploy, customize and improve and there is a vibrant Open Source Community supporting it.
Zimbra editions comparison chart
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THE STATE OF EMAIL COLLABORATION
A mission-critical component of any collaboration solution, email has become the standard for transmitting and archiving business information for organizations worldwide.
In the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workplace, new expectations for collaboration are taking hold among what has become a global, distributed workforce. In order to support the BYOD movement, CIOs must consider how collaboration platforms stack up.