Microsoft 365 Enterprise Subscribers have Access to Various Features of productivity service

Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company that supports, manufactures, develops, sells and licenses, consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers and services. Office 365 refers to an assembly of software plus services subscriptions that deliver productivity software and associated services to its subscribers. Microsoft 365 enterprise subscribers have access to various features of the productivity service, such as the calling features of Skype for Business, conferencing, and meeting.


Some of the available options are: Office 365 E5, at $35 per user per month, or $420 per user per year and power BI Pro ordinarily costs $10 per user per month. Office 365 Connectors provide appropriate content and informs from different apps direct to your Office 365 Groups. Bing—Office 365 Connectors surfaces all the material you care about in the Office 365 Groups shared inbox; a Twitter feed, a project with Trello or the latest news headlines. By letting users create a team with a precise set of authorizations across different apps, it enables work teams to join and make specified project teams to work along.

Features were introduced as updates by February such as:

  • Ink Annotations on Windows Tablet – allow you write, draw and/or annotate in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Mobile using your fingers and pen in the draw tab.
  • Enables one to pin documents at the start menu on phones and tablets
  • built in camera integrated with the device to capture the images unswervingly, trim them and introduce them in documents
  • Sets up your cloud storage partner
  • More functions, charts and other features in Excel

Few months after the Lumia 950 and 950XL hit the market, Windows 10 flagships were made available globally. As if that is not enough, Microsoft gifted purchasers of the Lumia 950 or 950 XL with a year of free Office 365 Personal. The offer, which would otherwise cost $69.99, was availed in select markets and allowed users to control the full influence of the Windows 10. This was only one of the many freebies including Microsoft Display Dock, in a bid to make it one of the most dynamic products on the market.

365 SMB for the small business users to replace Small Business, Small Business Premium and Midsize Business plans, were made last year in December. $5 per user per month and $60 per year were to cover online versions of the app and video conferencing. The plan, whose estimated costs were $8.25 user/month on annual commitment and $10.00 per user/month on monthly commitment, included 1TB file storage and sharing with fully installed applications such as – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote on up to 5 PCs or Macs per user, and online versions of Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. However we are yet to experience the full implementations of this plan.

The software giant’s services of the app are offered as far as India via the local datacenters in three regions West India in Mumbai, South India in Chennai, and Central India in Pune. On his visit, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, said that the business would provide commercial cloud services from local data centers; data centers existing in in India itself by the end of last. It was a move support to the GOI’s initiative for digital makeover.

It is evident that Office 365 is not a one-hit-wonder type of application but rather it is here to stay. It becomes bigger and better each day. The heads behind its design do not stop until the make sure it blends with the current technology and meets the demands of its users with ease. This is one product that you should definitely try out!