Timeline for .NET offerings
Roadmap for Office Add-ins, Visual Basic 6.0, and other supported runtimes and APIs.
Chart shows five licensing scenarios for a 16-core host computer running Azure Stack HCI as the host OS and Windows Server as the guest OS.
Licensing the Azure Stack HCI OS in an Enterprise Agreement requires balancing cost, rights, and technical capabilities.
A broad brand for social networking and document discovery features in Microsoft 365; licensed through Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise suites.
An online service offering collaboration spaces with groups, conversations, and data sharing that are similar to public social networking services, such as Facebook and Twitter; licensed as part of Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise suites.
An app within Teams that provides access to custom training content; licensed in two levels, with basic covered by Microsoft 365 and Office 365 suites, and premium features requiring additional licenses.
A knowledge management system that organizes content across Microsoft 365; since use is not covered by Microsoft 365 and Office 365 suites, additional user-level licensing is required.
Brand name for the components comprising Microsoft's Employee Experience Platform (EXP), as well as a suite User SL that covers use of all features of all the components.
An app within Teams that provides personalized news, conversations, and other resources within a Teams tab and on mobile devices; licensed via Microsoft 365 and Office 365 suites.