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Illustration summarizes which online services are included with Enterprise Mobility + Security suites.


Illustration summarizes add-ons that on-premises product customers can purchase to license Microsoft 365 Enterprise E3 and E5 suites, including their prerequisites and contents.


Illustration summarizes the contents of Office 365 Enterprise F3, E1, E3, and E5 suites.


Illustration summarizes the online services and features included with Microsoft 365 Enterprise F1/F3 and Office 365 Enterprise F3 suites targeting Frontline (sometimes called Firstline) workers, a population generally requiring more modest IT services compared to knowledge workers.


Illustration explains the Dynamics 365 on-premises CAL (client access license) rights, and on-premises server installation rights, included with Dynamics 365 Services subscriptions.


Illustration outlines the components currently in the Core CAL Suite and Enterprise CAL Suite.


Flowchart illustrates the ways an organization can acquire the right to install and run Windows Enterprise edition locally on an end-user’s PC or Mac.


A service, retired mid-2021, that augmented Skype for Business Online and Skype for Business Server by providing support for large meetings with up to 10,000 internal and external attendees; licensed via Office 365 and Microsoft 365 suites.


The set of features offered by Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is largely consistent across the platforms it is used with. Windows 10 Enterprise offers the broadest capabilities, but require licensing additional services.


Chart shows a simple score assigned by Directions on Microsoft for the breadth of features offered by Azure Information Protection to each supported platform.