The much-expected addition to the Microsoft (office.com/setup) family is out and with it, comes a lot of questions and confusion, coming from the similar names given to different suites. Or are they all the same? Microsoft 365 presents a deviation from the older versions of the flagship software suite. All aspects of which are covered in this post.
Microsoft 365 is an integrated suite that contains Windows 10, Office 365, Enterprise Mobility, EMS (Security which includes device management by in tune and Azure Active Directory). The Microsoft 365 bundle is a remake of the suites previously known as Secure Productive Enterprise E3 and E5, sold on subscription bases. Furthermore, Microsoft 365 is available in three different plans: Business, Enterprise, and Education.
Microsoft 365 www.office.com/setup Business: Designed for small and medium businesses, with less than 300 employees and a light need for IT presence. At $20 per user, each month, companies will get Office 365, MDM features and basic security such as threat detection, information protection policies and continuous data backup. Administrators are also allowed to manage devices across different platforms: Windows, Android, iOS and macOS.