Office 365 had been Microsoft’s subscription-based offering for enterprises and consumers
According to GlobalData, Microsoft rebranded its Office 365 suite of products to Microsoft 365, adding Windows 10 upgrades.
The company’s most expensive offering for large enterprises is priced at $20 and called Microsoft 365 Business Premium. It includes the Office apps, 1 TB of cloud storage, Outlook with a 50 GB mailbox per user, and device and data protection tools.
It also offers upgrade rights to Windows 10 from previous versions. The pricing, in addition to the bundling of Windows 10 upgrade, is likely to resonate strongly with the price-conscious Asian market.
This way, Microsoft 365 can provide the company with the opportunity to monetize its large consumer base of Windows 10 across the Asian region.
We’ve reported that Microsoft has announced the launch of a new app called Money in Excel through the partnership with Plaid fintech company. It enables users to securely connect their financial accounts, import the data within them and sync balances and transactions over time.
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