Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is gradually replacing the legacy Endpoint Protection product, but the latter is better for some specific scenarios and environments.
Lists all the Illustrations available as part of the Licensing Reference Set
Illustration compares SQL Server editions features across versions 2022, 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, and 2012.
Illustration outlines the spectrum of Dynamics 365 On-Premises products and the technical features and capabilities each makes accessible via server licenses and user and deviceCALs (client access licenses).
Flowchart explains how to calculate the number of core licenses required for SQL Server 2016/2017/2019/2022 Enterprise and Standard editions under the Per Core License Model
Table explains hosting scenarios where Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise and Office Professional Plus licenses cover access to Office applications executing within server-based desktops.
Roadmap for To Do, a Microsoft-hosted, personal task management application, available in most Office 365 plans.
Roadmaps for Exchange & Outlook software.
Outline of Microsoft support life-cycle policies, which define how Microsoft software and services are eligible for help desk assistance and other product support from the company, how long support is provided, and what customers must do to qualify for that support.
Illustration outlines the main Dynamics 365 Services-branded subscription offerings, the technical capabilities they cover, and whether they are primarily licensed on a user, client device, or capacity basis.