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Microsoft 365 is a subscription-based service, meaning rather than buying a copy of the suite outright for a one-time, up-front cost, users instead pay a monthly subscription fee to access the service at a level of their choosing. With Microsoft 365’s subscription-based model, users always have access to the latest version, as the platform is updated at Microsoft’s end, whereas as perpetual, on-premise users would have to buy a new copy of the latest edition to be able to use new features. Microsoft 365 is also built as a cloud-first application; although desktop versions of its apps are available with certain plans, it’s designed to be used online. All applications, services, and data generated by Microsoft 365 are hosted on Microsoft’s servers. Users don’t need to install software or maintain any hardware on which to run it. Microsoft 365 also comes with email hosting, and cloud storage space, so users can host their files online and have access to them wherever and whenever they need to, from any device that connects to the internet. Being cloud-based, Microsoft 365 also comes with a host of features not available in previous, perpetual versions.
Includes always up to date Office apps
Access files anywhere - online or offline
Get monthly security updates and feature releases
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