Office 365 Features – Quick Reference Matrix
I’ve been doing quite a bit with Office 365 lately, and I always get confused as to what services come under which plan (typical Microsoft!). You’ll also be asked about this if you’re doing the Office 365 MCSA exams (70-346 and 70-347), so well worth knowing if just for that.
The gist of it :-
- Exchange Online, Sharepoint and Office Online (Office Web Apps) is available on every plan
- Exchange Online, Sharepoint, Skype for Business (Lync) and OneDrive for business is available on every plan except K1 plans
- Office ProPlus requires E3, E4 or E5 Enterprise plans
- Yammer is included, but with caveats (see notes table)
The matrix below has been lifted from Microsoft’s site and is current as of the time of this post. Beware this can and probably will change!
1 Project Online is not included, but can be purchased as a separate add-on service or added for free to the Office 365 Education plan.
2 Yammer Enterprise is not a component of Office 365 Government, but may be acquired at no cost as a standalone offer for each user licensed for Office 365 Government Plan E1, E3, E4, and K1. This offer is currently limited to customers which purchase Office 365 Government under Enterprise Agreement and Enterprise Subscription Agreements.
3 Azure RMS is not included, but can be purchased as a separate add-on service or added for free to the Office 365 Education plan.
4 To learn more about which RMS features are included with Office 365 plans, see Comparison of Rights Management Services (RMS) Offerings .
5 Office 365 Enterprise E5 contains Cloud PBX, PSTN Conferencing, and PSTN Calling capability. To implement PSTN Calling requires an additional plan purchase (either Local or Local and International).
Hope this helps!