The table below offers a summary of available Software Assurance benefits for on-premises software organized by type: New Products, Deployment, Training, Support, and Specialized Benefits. An online service designed to help users increase their productivity by better understanding how they spend their work time within Office 365. See synonym Remote Desktop Virtualization Host for in-depth entry. If utilizing Processor Licenses however, one license must be purchased for each physical processor. Microsoft Azure is automatically available when you are enrolling in any of the other three components, and it can also be licensed standalone. Enterprise Subscription Programs In addition to the Enterprise Agreement, Microsoft offers optional Enterprise Subscription programs for companies that want to subscribe to, rather than purchase Microsoft products. Name changed; see successor product OneDrive for Business for in-depth entry.
Frequently updated technical documents outlining features in Office 365 Enterprise and their constituent online services. Type of supplementary license used to convert a lower-level edition or plan license to a higher level. Circuitry fabricated on a single physical chip that processes the instructions, mostly encoded in software, that drive a computing device. A discrete computational unit to which the operating system can assign an independent instruction stream; sometimes relevant under the Per Core License Model. Software loaded into memory and executing. A line of software and online services for creating and sharing business and technical diagrams, such as network diagrams and office layouts. A Web-based console licensed by Office 365 Enterprise suites for managing security and compliance-related functions, such as data loss prevention, eDiscovery, and retention; licensed as part of Office 365 Enterprise suites.
A person running Microsoft software on a client device, accessing software on a server, or making use of an online service. This helps reduce initial costs and helps you forecast annual software budget requirements up to three years in advance. An online service allowing users to automate repetitive tasks such as data collection, file synchronization, and e-mail or text notification; licensed separately or as part of Office 365 Enterprise suites and Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition offerings. A form of substitution, whereby a customer owning a license for a specific product edition deploys a different, generally lower-level edition instead. All Microsoft products obtained by nonprofit organisations through tt-exchange are received through a Microsoft Volume Licensing program. In exchange, you get the best pricing and terms, plus other benefits such as cloud-optimized licensing options and simplified license management.
A subscription-based license that layers an online service, technical support offering, or special use rights on top of certain license s the customer already purchased. Successor to Office Web Apps Server. Available exclusively to Microsoft Software Assurance customers, Windows 7 Enterprise helps you boost productivity and drive cost efficiencies across your organization. For more information see the Appendix B: A Summary of Software Assurance Benefits. With respect to your Enterprise Agreement, cloud services will typically fall into two classes, Enterprise Online Services or additional online services. See synonym Remote Desktop Gateway for in-depth entry.
Our Microsoft Licensing Reference Set equips you with the critical knowledge you need to determine which Microsoft licenses your organization needs to buy and the best way to purchase them. See Enterprise Desktop Virtualization for a detailed entry. Making the wrong choices can be costly and expose your company to legal risk because of noncompliance. Most often used to describe when individuals or client devices make use of a server-based product or online service, the relevance being that access usually triggers a licensing requirement. The Enterprise Agreement offers built-in savings ranging from 15 percent to 45 percent. Finally, you may decide to add Microsoft Premier Support offerings to complement your product choices.
Each chapter includes case studies, tips, and next steps to assist you with the decision-making process. Renamed; see Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection for in-depth entry. This 79-page document details each of the Microsoft Volume Licensing programs in addition to covering the basics of product licensing and Microsoft Software Assurance. Umbrella term used to refer to client applications, server applications, and hosted services for project management. Prior to July 2015, one of two main documents the other being the Product List that contained rules governing product licenses acquired through volume licensing programs; replaced by Product Terms. A family of on-premises management and security products use for computer configuration, monitoring, virtualization, backup, software deployment and installation, and other administrative tasks; licensed under the Management Servers License Model.
A feature, common across many on-premises products and online services, that prevents users and automated retention policies from deleting emails, documents, and other content. A discrete and isolated subset of processor, memory, and other resources within a physical server, treated as its own server for licensing purposes. Generally used to describe any on-premises or online service offering sold to customers. A subscription-based suite, discontinued in late 2018, that bundled several Azure hosted services for managing hosted and on-premises compute resources as well as provided rights to manage systems with System Center. To make a product ready to use by running the associated setup procedure or duplicating an existing installed copy. A presentation application; licensed as part of Office 365 Enterprise suites.
The number of phone incidents available depends on your Software Assurance investment. Illustration compares application components in Office Professional Plus and Office Standard across versions 2010 through 2019. Available on all Volume Licensing programs, except Open License. The Windows 7 product key group includes Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Professional, so the Windows 7 product keys work for both of these products. The organisation must have at least 5 computers to activate Windows Server 2008 R2 and at least 25 computers to activate Windows 7. See successor product Social Engagement for in-depth entry.
An online service that filters incoming and outgoing e-mail for malware and spam, is included as a built-in feature of Exchange Online, and is available for Exchange Server installations. For more information on these and other benefits available to you through Software Assurance, please see Appendix B: A Summary of Software Assurance Benefits. Renamed Outlook on the Web; see Outlook client. Updated monthly, the Microsoft Product List for Volume Licensing provides information about Microsoft software and Online Services licensed through Microsoft Volume Licensing programs. Quick Quote For Special Discount Price. Every license covered under Software Assurance may be upgraded to the newest version. See Visual Studio Team Foundation Server for in-depth entry.
An on-premises, Windows Server-based application that delivers customer relationship management, marketing, sales, and service capabilities. Illustration summarizes the online services and features bundled into Microsoft 365 Enterprise E3 and E5 suites, and into two Add-ons that supplement Microsoft 365 E3 with E5-level compliance- or security-related capabilities. To allocate a product license to one device or user so that it is not considered to be in use by multiple devices or users simultaneously. Higher end edition of Windows client application for viewing, creating, and modifying business and technical diagrams; licensed Per-Device under the Desktop Applications License Model. To get access to all our resource materials,.