License terms for hosted services and subscription software licensed per-user
Deciphering which features are available in Microsoft 365 Government can be challenging.
Frequently updated technical documents outlining features in Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise suites and their constituent online services.
A Service provider who hosts Microsoft products on hardware that is fully dedicated to the customer’s use.
A feature, common across many online services and on-premises products, that allows authorized legal personnel to collect, hold, and review/analyze large volumes of documents as part of the pretrial phase of litigation.
A feature, common across many on-premises products and online services, that prevents users and automated retention policies from deleting emails, documents, and other content.
Frequently updated technical documents outlining features in Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise suites and their constituent online services; see Service Description for a detailed entry.
The default activation method for Office 365-branded applications; uses a Microsoft hosted service to manage the activation of applications installed on users’ devices.
Provides the (non-perpetual) right for a user to access a particular online service, server-based product, or Windows client OS, typically from any device.