Office 365 Business Plans Starting from $6.90 per Month
Microsoft Office 365 brings together the latest versions of Microsoft’s Office, as well as a variety of communication and collaboration tools such as Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Team to help meet your business needs. Best of all, these office 365 business plans are based on a per user per month model, allowing you to purchase and deploy services as needed, while predicting monthly costs.
What are the benefits of Office 365?
One of the biggest advantages of Office 365 is the ability to work from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection. Because it’s entirely cloud-based, you can access your email, files and Office programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) from any location and any device.
This is especially helpful for companies with remote employees, multiple locations and companies with employees who travel often.
If working in teams is at all a part of your company, you’ll appreciate the collaboration features of Office 365.
Everyone who needs to contribute to or edit a document (or spreadsheet, or presentation, etc), can work on the same version (and get real-time changes) rather than having multiple version floating around that have to be combined.
Always Have Access to the Latest Versions of Office
With Office 365, you’ll also have access to the latest versions of Office at no additional charge. You’ll get the latest and greatest features without having to uninstall and reinstall Office on everyone’s machines. In addition, Microsoft is constantly making upgrades to features across programs – you’ll get access to those, too.
Mix and Match Plans
There are several different Office 365 business plans available with different programs and features. Not everyone in your company is going to need the exact same thing. You can mix and match plans so you don’t have to pay for more than you need. It’s pretty easy to switch between plans, too, if you find that an employee needs more or less than what they have now.
Office 365 is a subscription-based service, meaning you pay a low monthly fee (per user) rather than a large lump sum up front. This can be helpful from a cash flow perspective.
Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA)
ATA uses analytics and machine learning to detect and alert you to suspicious behaviour on your network. It will scan emails as they come into your network for malicious links and attachments and if it detects something fishy, it’ll prevent the malicious attachment from getting in. Your employees will still get the email, but will get a message explaining why the attachment isn’t there. This can go a long way to preventing a data breach due to human error.