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Changes to Office 365 subscriptions for small and medium-sized businesses

 

At a moment when businesses are facing extraordinary health and economic challenges, Microsoft are pleased to bring consumers and small and medium-sized business customers into growing Microsoft 365 family.

Today, Microsoft call it “the world’s productivity cloud” and it represents vision for the future of Microsoft productivity tools—an integrated set of apps and services that puts artificial intelligence (AI) and other cutting-edge innovations to work for you. And for small and medium-sized businesses, that includes new capabilities in Microsoft Teams to help you host rich meetings and events online; cloud file storage and sharing capabilities so you can collaborate from anywhere; and security and identity solutions to safeguard your business.

The new product names go into effect on April 21, 2020. This is a change to the product name only, and there are no pricing or feature changes at this time.

  1. Office 365 Business Essentials will become Microsoft 365 Business Basic.
  2. Office 365 Business Premium will become Microsoft 365 Business Standard.
  3. Microsoft 365 Business will become Microsoft 365 Business Premium.
  4. Office 365 Business and Office 365 ProPlus will both become Microsoft 365 Apps. Where necessary we will use the “for business” and “for enterprise” labels to distinguish between the two.

Note that the changes to these products will all happen automatically.

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