Under the banner of Microsoft Office 365, there are in fact a number of different plans that are tailored to specific types of customer. These include Home, Student, Small Business, Enterprise, FirstLine Workers, Education & Non-Profit. This branding can be a bit confusing at times with some plans falling under Office 365 and some falling under Microsoft 365.
Office 365 provides an integrated experience of apps and services designed to help you pursue your passion and grow your business. Updated monthly with the latest features and security, Office 365 means that you have an evergreen solution that will grow with your business.
Use cloud powered Exchange email and Outlook to reach customers and team members. Collaborate with Microsoft Teams, the new hub for teamwork. Save files to OneDrive with 1TB of online storage. Cut down on infrastructure and IT expense with cloud-based administration. And let’s not forget apps like Planner, OneNote, Invoice, Bookings, Forms and automation with Flows.
Microsoft 365 takes the best-in-class productivity suite from Office 365 and adds intelligent cloud services that transform the way you work to create a highly integrated business solution, saving you time and money and keeping you secure.
Depending on the plan, Office 365 is bundled with Windows Operating System and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). So with Microsoft 365, customers get cloud services that can scale, as well as integrated device management and security.
Where previously this sort of functionality was only available as add-ons to the enterprise levels of Office 365, now they are included in a way that makes integration seamless and much more cost effective as well.