Microsoft Office 365 for business: Everything you need to knowOctober 21, 2018
In this guide, we cover the multitude of Business and Enterprise editions; these editions offer a more advanced feature set than the Home and Personal editions, with collaborative applications and management tools that are designed for meeting enterprise security and compliance challenges.
This business-class email offering gives every Office 365 subscriber in your organization a 50 GB mailbox, with the ability to access email through a web browser or using the Outlook app on Windows, a Mac, or mobile devices.
Mobile apps are also available for Office 365 services, including OneDrive, Skype for Business, and Microsoft Teams.
Office 365 Business Essentials ($5 per user per month) includes only the online services, including Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business, without access to Office desktop apps.
Office 365 Business ($8.25 per user per month) drops most of the online services and includes only the Office desktop apps and OneDrive for Business.
Office 365 Business Premium ($12.50 per user per month) includes all of the online services and desktop apps.
Office 365 Enterprise E1 ($8 per user per month) offers online services and online versions of the Office apps, but does not include desktop apps.
Office 365 includes a management dashboard that administrators can use to manage licenses, subscriptions, features, and security.
Office 365 portal Users can access web-based services here and also manage installations of Office desktop apps.
Microsoft’s much-hyped free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ended in 2016, right?
In the Product licenses pane, switch the toggle to the Off position for the license you want to remove from the user. For example, switching off Office 365 Enterprise E3 license will remove that license from the user and all of the services under that license.
These are all of the things, the administrative things, that can also be part of your Office 365 environment, especially from an administrative standpo…