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July 30th, 2014 | Elias Terman | Smarter Identity
Small- to medium-sized business (SMB) Office 365 users be advised: Come October 1st, your subscriptions are going to change.
The good news? They’re changing for the better.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced it will be offering three new subscriptions to Office 365 for SMBs with up to about 250 employees. So get ready to say goodbye to Office 365 Small Business, Office 365 Small Business Premium and Office 365 Midsized Business.
And say hello to:
Microsoft says the new packages provide customers with more choice, more value and more flexibility.
Current customers will be gradually migrated to the new plans. For example, Office 365 Midsize Business customers will see their per-seat monthly costs reduced from $15 to $12.50 the next time they renew. Microsoft will gradually migrate its customers over to the new services, but no one will be forced to make changes until Oct. 1, 2015.
The company says there won’t be any downtime during these migrations. What’s more, pertinent new updates and additional functionality will still be added to existing programs, so businesses don’t have to feel pressured to deploy the new subscriptions as soon as Oct. 1 rolls around.
Cost savings and added functionality coupled with no pressure: What’s not to like?
Elias Terman is a seasoned product and marketing leader with over 20 years of technology marketing experience including IT Security, enterprise software, and SaaS startups in the U.S. and abroad. Prior to OneLogin, he ran product marketing for SnapLogic, where he helped establish them as the leading independent cloud integration vendor. At OneLogin, He is responsible for product and partner marketing, as well as press and analyst relations.
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