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Office 365 Business Premium
Increase your impact and expand your reach with Office powered by the cloud—must-have tools for business today.
Price does not include tax.
Your Office when and where you need it
With Office in the cloud, you can work from anywhere with your go-to applications—Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, and Publisher. Your recent documents are always right up front, so you can start working fast. And with 1 TB of online storage with OneDrive for Business, you always have the files you need and you can easily share them.
Get work done, anywhere work happens
You need to be able to use your Office tools from anywhere, any device, and Office 365 gives you that flexibility. Access your email, meetings, and other services online. Create, edit, and share Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote files online and stay up to date with everyone’s changes in a file, even if they’re made at the same time.
Easy setup and management
Let Office 365 take care of IT, so you can spend your time moving your business ahead. Install Office quickly and set up users with step-by-step guidance. Manage all your services easily in your admin center, which you can access from anywhere, and check the health of your services on the go with the Admin app. Free yourself from IT worries, too. A 99.9% uptime guarantee and recovery-oriented design mean you can count on working without interruption or delays.
Office 365 Business Premium includes:
Familiar Office tools:
Plus these online services:
|Email and calendars
||Use business-class email through a rich and familiar Outlook experience you can access from your desktop or from a web browser using the Outlook Web App. Get a 50 GB mailbox per user and send attachments up to 25 MB.
||Host online meetings with audio and video using one-click screen sharing and HD video conferencing.
|Instant messaging and Skype connectivity
||Connect with other Lync users via instant message, voice calls, and video calls, and let people know your availability with your online status. Share presence, IM, and audio calling with Skype users.
||Keep ideas and work moving with enterprise social networking that makes collaborating with the right people easy and that comes with advanced support, security, administration, and integrations.
|Simple file sharing
||OneDrive for Business provides 1 TB of storage for each user for virtually anywhere access to their documents. Share files with others inside and outside the organization, control who can see and edit each file, and easily sync files with PCs and devices.
||Enable easy access and sharing of documents with 10 GB baseline storage plus 500 MB of storage per user.
All Office 365 for business plans include:
||Get peace of mind knowing your services are available with a guaranteed 99.9% uptime, financially backed service level agreement (SLA).
||Your data is yours. We safeguard it and protect your privacy.
||Deploy and manage Office 365 across your company, no IT expertise required. You can add and remove users in minutes.
|Up to date
||No need to pay for version upgrades; updates are included in your subscription. New features are rolled out to Office 365 customers regularly.
|Active Directory integration
||Manage user credentials and permissions. Single sign-on and synchronization with Active Directory.
||Microsoft Support provides telephone and online answers, how-to resources, and connections with other Office 365 customers for setup and quick fixes.
Frequently asked questions
Office 365 Business Premium supports a maximum of 300 users. If you have more than 300 users or think you will soon, take a look at our other plan options.
You can pay with all major credit cards, and your subscription amount will appear on your credit card statement. You have the option to receive an invoice and, depending on your choice of services, you will be billed monthly or annually. You receive an email message when your invoice is ready to be viewed and, if a purchase order (PO) number is entered when you buy your subscription, that number is included in your invoice.
You can choose monthly commitment payment or annual commitment payment for Office 365 Business Premium.
- Monthly commitment payment: You pay month by month, and you can cancel at any time.
- Annual commitment payment: You sign up for a one-year subscription, but you can choose to pay month to month or pay for the entire year at the time you sign up. There is a discount for using this payment option.
Office 365 Business Premium supports Windows Vista and Windows XP for most web-based functionality. However, it does not support the download and use of the latest version of Office software, and you cannot substitute Office 2010 for the latest version. You can connect your existing Office 2010 or Office 2007 software to the Office 365 service, but if you are running Windows Vista or Windows XP, you cannot install Office 365 Business Premium software, and you cannot replace Office 365 Business Premium software with a download of Office 2010.
You can cancel your subscription at any time. Office 365 Business Premium subscriptions are available for monthly commitment payment or annual commitment payment. For monthly commitment subscriptions, there is no penalty for canceling your contract at any time. Annual commitment subscriptions that are paid month to month may incur some penalties if canceled early. Annual commitment subscriptions that are paid up front do not receive a refund if canceled prior to the full contract period. Read the complete Microsoft Online Subscription Agreement.
Your data is yours. If you decide to cancel your Office 365 subscription, you can download your data—for example, your email and documents on team sites—and save it to another location. You should save your data before you cancel. After you cancel your subscription, data associated with your Office 365 account will be available to your administrator(s) in a limited function account for 90 days.
Yes. If you need to upgrade, you can transition your account to a different plan. For example, you can upgrade from an Office 365
Business plan to an Office 365 Enterprise plan.
In most cases, you can use the Switch plans wizard in your Admin center to upgrade your plan.
If your subscription has more than 300 users or if you used a prepaid card to purchase your plan, the Switch plans wizard is not available.
Plans that are not eligible for the Switch plans wizard can be upgraded manually.
Learn more about upgrading Office 365 plans.
NOTE: When you upgrade your account, your domain name is transferred to your new account, whether you brought your own domain name to the Office 365 account or you set up a domain name with Office 365.
Yes, you can mix and match Office 365 plans. However, there are some product and license limitations. For example, if you have an Office 365 Business Premium plan, which has a limit of 300 users, you can combine it with an Office 365 Enterprise E3 plan, but only for up to 300 people in your organization. For details, talk to your Microsoft representative.
Microsoft experts are trained IT and development companies that can help you move to Office 365 or develop custom solutions for your business. You can find a listing of all of our Microsoft experts in Microsoft Pinpoint.
Internet access is required to install and activate all Office 365 plans and to manage your subscription account. Internet connectivity is also required to access Office 365 cloud productivity services, including email, conferencing, IT management, and other services.
Many Office 365 plans also include the desktop version of Office, for example, Office 365 Business Premium and Office 365 Enterprise E3. One of the benefits of having the desktop version of Office applications is that you can work offline and have the confidence that the next time you connect to the Internet all your work will automatically sync, so you never have to worry about your documents being up to date. Your desktop version of Office is also automatically kept up to date and upgraded when you connect to the Internet, so you always have the latest tools to help you work. Compare Office 365 plans.
"The cloud" is a friendly way of describing web-based computing services that are hosted outside of your organization. When you use cloud-based services, your IT infrastructure resides off your property (off-premises), and is maintained by a third party (hosted), instead of residing on a server at your home or business (on-premises) that you maintain. With Office 365, for example, information storage, computation, and software are located and managed remotely on servers owned by Microsoft. Many services you use every day are a part of the cloud—everything from web-based email to mobile banking and online photo storage. Because this infrastructure is located online or “in the cloud,” you can access it virtually anywhere, from a desktop, PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or other device with an Internet connection.
The Office 365 Small Business Premium and Office 365 Midsize Business plans have been replaced by one new plan, called “Office 365 Business Premium.” Office 365 Business Premium combines the best features and services into one plan, with a maximum number of users of 300.
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