The business-cloud solution for companies by Microsoft
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Communication, collaboration, storage
and management for your business
M365 provides your organization with a powerful and comprehensive cloud-based productivity platform that helps your teams get their work done more effectively. The platform offers a wide range of applications and tools that provide not only a high level of IT security, but also flexibility and mobility.
No matter whether start-up, SME or enterprise:
Microsoft 365 is suitable for any size of company.
M365 is especially recommended if your company already relies on the Microsoft platform, for example, due to the use of Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office. Microsoft 365 is tightly integrated with the Microsoft ecosystem and offers advanced features for managing Windows computers and other Microsoft products.
Why Microsoft 365
As an external IT service provider, we tailor Microsoft 365 to your company’s exact needs and requirements when setting it up.
We ensure that the Microsoft 365 solution is set up securely and provide maximum protection for their corporate data
By implementing more efficient IT systems, our customers can save money by using our service to reduce the number of staff they would otherwise need and minimize IT downtime.
In just 5 steps
to a business-cloud company
In the strategy meeting, you can tell us all your wishes and expectations so that we can develop a suitable IT concept for you.
Microsoft365 – FAQ
What is included in m365?
Microsoft 365 is a comprehensive subscription service that offers a variety of apps and services for business collaboration and productivity. Here are some of the main applications and services included:
1. office applications: Microsoft 365 includes the latest versions of classic Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and Access. These apps are available on a variety of devices, including Windows PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones.
2. OneDrive: OneDrive is a cloud storage service from Microsoft that allows users to store their files in the cloud and access them from any device with an Internet connection. Each user also gets 1 TB of cloud storage space.
3. SharePoint: SharePoint is an online collaboration platform that allows users to create websites, share and manage content, and track projects and tasks. SharePoint can also serve as an internal social network for a company.
4. Teams: Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that improves collaboration and communication in teams. Teams includes features such as chat, video and audio conferencing, file sharing, and integrations with other Microsoft applications.
5. Exchange: Exchange is an email and calendaring platform that enables users to send and receive email, manage calendars, and synchronize contacts.
6. Power Platform: Power Platform is a group of applications that enable users to capture and analyze data, automate processes, and create custom applications.
7. Security and Compliance: Microsoft 365 also provides device management, data protection and compliance features. This includes features like remote device wipe, data encryption, and compliance reporting.
There are many more apps and services included in Microsoft 365, depending on which subscription you purchase.
What is the difference between Office 365 and Microsoft 365?
Office 365 was the original name for Microsoft’s subscription service, which included Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, as well as OneDrive and Skype for Business. However, in 2020, the service was renamed Microsoft 365 to reflect the expanded scope of applications and services offered.
Microsoft 365 includes everything that was in Office 365, as well as additional applications and services such as Teams, SharePoint, Exchange and the Power Platform. It also offers enhanced security, compliance and device management capabilities.
Overall, Microsoft 365 offers a more comprehensive suite of business collaboration and productivity applications and services than Office 365. It is a comprehensive subscription service that targets businesses of all sizes and offers a wide range of applications and services tailored to different business needs.
What is an M365 Tenant?
An M365 tenant typically includes a group of users who have access to the services and applications deployed in the instance. An administrator or IT manager of the organization has the ability to manage and customize the settings and configurations for the M365 tenant to ensure that it meets the business needs of the organization.
An M365 tenant can also integrate with other Microsoft services and applications, such as Active Directory, to simplify user and group management. It is important to note that an M365 tenant is unique to each organization and is not shared between different customers or organizations.
What does M365 cost for enterprises?
The cost of Microsoft 365 for Business depends on several factors, such as the size of the organization, the number of users, and the specific applications and services needed. There are different Microsoft 365 for Business subscription plans that offer different features and pricing.
Here are some of the most common subscription plans for Microsoft 365 for Business:
Microsoft 365 Business Basic: This is the entry-level plan for Microsoft 365 for Business and includes email and calendar services, Office Online applications and OneDrive for Business. The price is approximately $4.20 per user per month.
Microsoft 365 Business Standard: This plan includes all the features of Business Basic, as well as the desktop versions of the Office applications and other services such as Microsoft Teams and SharePoint. The price is approximately 10.50 euros per user and month.
Microsoft 365 Business Premium: This plan includes all the features of Business Standard, plus advanced security and compliance tools, device management, and automatic deployment of Office applications. The price is about 17.60 euros per user per month.
There are also special plans for larger businesses and organizations, such as Microsoft 365 E3 and Microsoft 365 E5, which offer advanced security, compliance and analytics features. Pricing for these plans varies depending on the size and requirements of the organization.
It is important to note that pricing may vary by region and currency, and this information is provided as a general guide only. It is advisable to contact Microsoft or an authorized reseller directly for exact costs and features.
As of 04/28/2013
As an enterprise, should I use M365 or Google Workspace?
The decision between Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 depends on your organization’s specific needs and requirements. Both platforms offer similar productivity and collaboration features such as email, calendaring, file storage and sharing, online office suites, and video conferencing tools.
If your business already relies on the Microsoft platform, for example, because of its use of Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office, Microsoft 365 might be a better choice. Microsoft 365 is tightly integrated with the Microsoft ecosystem and offers advanced features for managing Windows computers and other Microsoft products.
Google Workspace, on the other hand, is a cloud-based platform that can be accessed on any platform and device and typically has a simpler and more intuitive user interface. It is also known for its collaboration tools and its ability to bring teams together in real time to edit and discuss documents.