Office 365 Enterprise

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A online subscription-based service built around the Microsoft Office platform.

Familiar Office applications, always up to date
Anywhere access to email, documents, and services
Business-class tools and security at an affordable price
Easy to set up and manage without IT experience

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  • Officially launched on June 28, 2011Collection of services and softwareOffice 365 is a subscription-based service which offers access to various services and software built around the Microsoft Office platform.Microsoft Office is still the name we use for our familiar productivity software. Office suites have traditionally included applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. In this release all the Office 2013 suites, such as Office Home & Student 2013, include the latest versions of the Office applications, for use on a single PC.We use the name ”Office 365” for products that include features enabled over the internet, such as additional online storage with SkyDrive or Skype world minutes for home use. Office 365 business plans include features such as Lync web conferencing and hosted email for businesses. All Office 365 products, such as Office 365 Home Premium, Office 365 University, and Office 365 Small Business Premium, are paid for on a subscription basis. Subscription terms vary by product.Most Office 365 plans also include the full-featured Office 2013 applications, which users can install across multiple computers and devices. Active subscribers receive future rights to version upgrades as a benefit of their subscription. Entitlements vary by product.
  • We introduced the new offering Office 365 Small Business Premium earlier on in the presentation as the unique plan designed specifically for businesses with 1-10 users. To help you choose the right plan for your business, we have a comparison between four popular options: Office 365 Small Business, Office 365 Small Business Premium (SBP), Midsized Business (M), and Enterprise E3. There are some similarities across all three plans, for example all plans include business-class email, file sharing, website, and collaboration. But let’s look at the differences here…First, at the bottom of this table, you can see the seat target for these plans, as well as the pricing (USD dollar shown). There are technical limitations on the number of seats you can add to SB, SBP, and M, but you should choose the right plan not only based on these, but also around topics like Office apps, IT control, support, how to deploy Office, and whether you have advanced business and IT needs.Office Desktop AppsThis is the familiar Office apps (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) that you install on your laptop and stay on your laptop. This is the main difference between Small Business and Small Business Premium. IT Admin ConsoleIT admin with Small Business and Small Business Premium is simple and preconfigured so customers don’t have to do much to get up and running. Midsized Business and E3 customers want greater control and customization from the console, which is why we’ve built in more robust controls like Active Directory integration. The difference between M and E3 is more subtle, where in M you should expect to see more templates and how-to videos for the IT generalists, and in E3, full capability to configure all the services.SupportSupport is much the same. You have 24/7 IT level phone support for critical issues (service impacting incidents) for all plans. Small Business, SBP, and M then have business hours (M-F, roughly 6am-6pm) IT level phone support for anything non-critical. M has a 8-hour Support Response Time Commitment whereas SB and SBP don’t but use a web service request system for you to track status of any support calls. E3 has 24/7 access to IT level phone support. Our phone support exceeds our closest competitionon all of our plans. OfficeAll plans except SB, include desktop Office applications licensed as a subscription, plus Office Web Apps. What’s different here is how you get to deploy Office. Office Deployment for Small Business Premium and Midsized Business is a “pull’ experience meaning the end user initiates the deployment and it streams Office directly from Office 365 servers. Push deployment in E3, means that Office may be used with software distribution and automation tools that enable IT admins to install it on behalf of end users.Advanced servicesWe’ve already touched on it, but only Midsized Business and E3 will work with Active Directory. This enables single sign-on for all your PCs and it integrates with your company’s identity system. Users created on-premises are available for license assignment in the cloud, and you will have one place to set up permissions. The biggest difference between M and E3 are advanced services like Excel and Visio Services for SharePoint integration, rights management (allows customers to send IRM mail from Exchange), voicemail, and compliance features like In-Place Hold and Data Loss Prevention. If you need these services, you will want to consider E3 regardless of your company size.
  • Office 365 Enterprise

    1. 1. Office 365 EnterpriseMuawiyah ShannakSoftwareArchitect
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    6. 6. Office 365Midsize BusinessOffice 365 SmallBusiness PremiumOffice 365Enterprise E3AdvancedServicesStandardServicesOfficeOffice Web ApplicationsSeat targets 1–10 11–250 >250Voicemail, Legal Hold, Data Loss PreventionRights ManagementOffice Desktop ApplicationsPrice (per user/month in US Dollars) $12.50 $15 $20  Basic Expanded Full  Pull Pull Push   Basic Expanded FullBasic Expanded Full  Pull Pull Push Email, File Sharing, Website, Conferencing   Click to Run Office DeploymentActive Directory® IntegrationIT Level Phone SupportIT Administration ConsoleInfoPath Forms, Access, Excel, Visio ServicesOffice 365Small Business1-10$6ExpandedBasicBasic
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