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Lisa Carroll

By: Lisa Carroll on March 12th, 2015

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How Much Does Microsoft Office 365 Cost?

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Office 365 Business works across all of your devices so users can share their Office files online at anytime from anywhere. You can store and sync your files online while editing documents accordingly, and setting up users for immediate services is super easy. All Office for Business plans receive up-to-date upgrades, an active directory for managing user credentials, unparalleled security and more.Here’s the pricing for each individual service:

Office 365 Business Premium

Cost: $12.50 per month w/ annual commitment; $15.00 per month w/ monthly commitment

The top of the three options, 365 Business Premium has the latest versions of all Office applications, and each user can install the program on up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets and five phones. Plus, there’s also other online services such as hosting online meetings with HD video conferencing, and connecting with other Lync and Skype users via instant message, voice calls and more. There’s also Yammer, a collaboration software that allows employees to connect with others, and organizes projects that create an efficient corporate social network.

Office 365 Business

Cost: $8.25 per month w/ annual commitment; $10.00 billed w/ monthly commitment

With the exception of Microsoft Access, 365 Business includes the latest versions of the Office suite, and full experience across most computer, tablet and mobile devices. Users are also given Office Online, which allows them to create and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files via web. OneDrive for Business gives each user 1 TB of personal cloud storage that can be accessed from anywhere and syncs with their computer for offline access.

Office 365 Business Essentials

Cost: $5.00 per month w/ annual commitment; $6.00 per month w/ monthly commitment.

Business Essentials is a slightly more condensed version to that of his predecessor, as it only includes the primary tools needed for an efficient business model. Instead of the entire Office at your disposal, users receive an all-amenity business-class Outlook experience with a 50 GB mailbox. Other features include hosting online meetings with HD video conferencing, and connect with other Lync and Skype users via instant message, voice calls and more. There’s also Yammer collaboration software that allows employees to connect with others, and organize projects in an efficient manner.

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About Lisa Carroll

Lisa is a Biznologist who works at the intersection of business and technology to help Kelser’s clients jump on growth opportunities.