Office 365 Enterprise suites of hosted services and subscription software for large organizations
Licensing shared devices correctly requires that organizations understand how a device will be used and which licensing options are available from Microsoft.
Chart shows end-of-support dates for versions of Office and Microsoft 365 Apps running on Windows Server.
Support for running most versions of Office applications on Windows Server will end by Oct. 2025, pushing organizations to Microsoft services for hosted session-based virtual desktops.
Deciphering which features are available in Microsoft 365 Government can be challenging.
Illustration summarizes the online services and features included with Microsoft 365 F1, Microsoft 365 F3, and Office 365 F3 suites for Firstline workers.
A new license for Microsoft Apps for enterprise allows shared use without user sign-in.
Office 365 plans for U.S. Government entities offer a more secure, isolated environment but still lack some features found in commercial plans.
A Licensing Guidance document published in June 2019 promises, but largely does not deliver, prescriptive guidance for how customers can limit use of features unique to Office 365 E5 and EMS E5 to properly licensed (E5) users.
In many cases, Microsoft’s cloud offerings, such as Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) suites, lack built-in compliance checks, introducing the serious risk that customers who mix subscription levels within the same tenancy will become noncompliant.
An add-on for Microsoft 365 Enterprise and other online service offerings that gives multinational organizations the ability to control the geographic regions where data associated with specific groups of individuals are stored at rest.