In case you missed it, Office 365 recently changed its name to Microsoft 365. It’s simply a name change and the subscription packages remain the same.
The new naming convention reflects Microsoft's strategy of providing a single complete productivity platform for its customers. From the customer's perspective, there is no separation between Windows 10, Office 365, and Azure —it is all just one platform, the Microsoft 365 platform.
It’s not entirely straightforward because the former names don’t connect directly to their new respective names. This diagram explains the changes:
Therefore, this is a good time to recap what Microsoft 365 packages are currently available and whether they are meeting your needs. With a variety of packages available, you may find it’s time for a change.
Microsoft 365 for Business Each subscription package of Microsoft 365 includes various familiar applications such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Each subscription package will also include various levels of services like Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Teams.
You can find more information about Microsoft 365 here on our webpage, or alternatively please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01684 882700 or email@example.com where we can talk through the most suitable package for your business needs.