Review: Microsoft Office 365 and 2013 – Should You Upgrade?

Plans and Pricing

All plans are compatible with desktop versions of Office 2007, Office 2008 for Mac, Office 2010, and Office 2011 for Mac.

e-Mail

$4 per user/month – User maximum: 50,000+

Cloud-based e-mail using your own domain name.
Shared calendars.
Configurable anti-spam filtering.
Active Directory synchronization.
Live 24 x 7 IT customer phone support.
Instant messaging, PC-to-PC calling, and video conferencing.
Web-based viewing and editing of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files.
Team site for sharing files.
External Web site.
Antivirus and anti-spam filtering.
Microsoft community support.

Small Business

P1 - $6 per user/month - User maximum: 50

  • Cloud-based e-mail using your own domain name.
  • Shared calendars.
  • Instant messaging, PC-to-PC calling, and video conferencing.
  • Web-based viewing and editing of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files.
  • Team site for sharing files.
  • External Web site.
  • Antivirus and anti-spam filtering.
  • Microsoft community support.

Mid-Size Businesses and Enterprises

E1 - $8 per user/month - User maximum: 50,000+

Everything in P1*, plus:

  • Active Directory synchronization.
  • Configurable anti-spam filtering.
  • SharePoint intranet supporting up to 300 subsites.
  • Live 24 x 7 IT customer phone support.

*Note: with E1 you can only view Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files online. With E3 you can both edit and view these files online.

E3 - $20 Per user/month - User maximum: 50,000+

Everything in E1, plus:

  • Office Professional Plus 2013 desktop version subscription (for up to 5 devices per user).
  • Unlimited e-mail storage and archiving.
  • Hosted voicemail support.

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