Overview of Office 365 ProPlus
Audience: IT Professionals
What is the difference between Office 365 ProPlus and Office Professional Plus 2013? Office 365 ProPlus = $15.00 per month Office Pro Plus 2013 = $399.99 to buy
Both Office Professional Plus 2013 and Office 365 ProPlus deliver the same application experiences. However, Office Professional Plus 2013 is a traditional Office installation that is tied to the computers it is installed on, and it is available through volume licensing only. A user-based service, Office 365 ProPlus is available as a subscription and............................................
You can download and run the Office 365 ProPlus on up to 5 computers, including Macs and PCs.
You can change which 5 they are at any time. User based VS computer based.
If/When you move past your trial
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Office 365 combines the Office 365 ProPlus client suite, Project
Pro for Office 365, and Visio Pro for Office 365 together with cloud
versions of Microsoft Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync
Online. The Office 365 ProPlus offering provides the complete Office
client suite as a monthly subscription service. The combination of the
Office 365 ProPlus suite and the Office 365 services provides the best
way for users to collaborate on documents. It also enables them to work
either online or offline and provides access to documents, email
messages, and calendars from almost any device.
The Office 365
ProPlus subscription enables customers to purchase monthly licenses for
each user. Each user license gives users five concurrent installations.
32- and 64-bit editions of Office 2013 products
Servers and desktop computers
that use 64-bit processors can use more virtual and physical memory than
32-bit systems. This enables users to work with very large data sets
and to analyze and solve large computational problems. Office 2010
introduced native 64-bit versions of Office products to take advantage
of this larger capacity. This additional capacity is needed only by
those Excel users who require Excel spreadsheets to access more than 2
gigabytes (GB) of addressable memory. The 32-bit version of Office 2013
provides the same functionality and is also compatible with 32-bit
add-ins. We recommend the 32-bit version of Office 2013.
Office 2013 also provides support for 32-bit Office 2013
applications that run on 64-bit Windows operating systems by using
Windows-32-on-Windows-64 (WOW64). WOW64 is the x86 emulator that enables
32-bit Windows-based applications to run seamlessly on 64-bit Windows
systems. Office 2013 lets users continue to use existing Microsoft
ActiveX Controls, COM add-ins, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA),
which are primarily 32-bit because no 64-bit versions are available yet
for many add-ins. Support for 32-bit Office 2013 applications that run
on 64-bit operating systems provides better compatibility with controls,
add-ins, and VBA.
The 32-bit edition of Office 2013 is the
default installation even on computers that run a 64-bit edition of
Windows. The installation recommendations are as follows:
users in your organization depend on existing extensions to Office,
such as ActiveX controls, third-party add-ins, in-house solutions that
were built on earlier versions of Office, or 32-bit versions of programs
that interface directly with Office, install 32-bit Office 2013 (the
default installation) on computers that run both 32-bit and 64-bit
supported Windows operating systems.
some users in your organization are Excel expert users who work with
complex Excel spreadsheets, they can install the 64-bit (x64) edition of
Office 2013 to move beyond the 2 GB addressable memory boundary that is
imposed on 32-bit editions. Note that this boundary differs from the
physical (on disk) size of the spreadsheet on your computer's hard disk
drive. It is possible to have an Excel file whose size on disk is
smaller than 2 GB, but which, when the file is opened, contains enough
data to occupy 2 GB or more of addressable memory. In addition, if you
have in-house solution developers, we recommend that those developers
have access to the 64-bit edition of Office 2013 so that they can test
and update in-house solutions on the 64-bit edition of Office 2013.
1. Introduce prospective Customers to, and advise them on, the value proposition,
benefits and product, and licensing differences of Online Services versus on-premise solutions.
2. Provide demonstrations ofOnline Service(s) to Customers 3. At Customer request, provide Return On Investment / Total Cost of Ownership analysis between on-premise Online Service(s).
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4. At Customer request, provide solution architecture
for migration of Customers’ environment from on-premise (or other environment) to Online Service(s).
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"We are the BEST Microsoft Office 365 Partner in the World"
"That was then, this is now."
5th and K is a Microsoft Office 365 Partner. We date back to punch cards.
We are IT people who in 2009 knew that Microsoft was pulling the plug on selling disks in a box, computers to live on premise, and the need to buy vs rent "Subscription based" We purchased the domain ITTakesaTeam.net and populated it with "all things Microsoft Office 365" which not to long ago was known as BPOS.
As a Microsoft Office 365 Partner/Advisor we get paid by Microsoft to help you, to assist you to give you knowledge on why you are not refreshing your server, buying one more spam client, or one more VPN client... gone, gone, gone!
Our staff has deployed on premise in hundreds of companies.
"That was then, this is now."
Disk based in a box, and on premise servers, have gone by way of the Elves.
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