Updated Licensing GraphicsAlex Fields
With the recent changes to Microsoft 365 Business (which now includes Conditional Access–hooray!), it was time to dust off the old licensing guide page, which is also linked on the top banner of my site.
Here are the resulting images which were updated just this month, describing each of the major Microsoft 365 bundles. Two versions for each the Business and Enterprise products.
The detailed view attempts to capture all of the relevant information–what individual pieces of software/products are included with each sub-package/bundle? For example, this first image describes the Business track:
The simplified view in contrast basically just states what the purpose of each plan is. Here again are the Business plans, from Essentials on up to Microsoft 365 Business:
And, here is the Enterprise representation of the SKU’s (simple first):
And the detailed view of Enterprise:
Let me know if these images make sense. And, feel free to let me know if it doesn’t have the desired effect (it is supposed to make it easier for you to visualize the different plans). Otherwise, should I just go back to the old grid/table format of comparing features line-by-line? Thoughts? Suggestions?