OFFICE 365 ENTERPRISE PLANS
Office 365 Enterprise plans are flexible with several options available at various price points tailor-made to suit your requirements. Office Enterprise plans support unlimited users and include several applications and services for business productivity. As a tier-1 Office 365 CSP, Apps4Rent is a trusted Microsoft Partner for implementing and personalizing Office 365 Enterprise Plans. Our technical team provides 24/7 assistance via phone, chat, and email.
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How Exactly Will Apps4Rent Help Me With The Office 365 Enterprise Plans?
We assist you in setting up single sign-on with your on-premises Active Directory and synchronizing it with Azure Active Directory Services. Besides, we will also help you in setting up your intranet sites, social networks, and personalized search and discovery. If you wish to combine any of the Enterprise plans with your on-premises setup, we can also create hybrid environments.
Can Office 365 Enterprise E1 work with any copy of Office?
Office 365 Enterprise E1 works best with the latest versions of Microsoft Office 2019, Office 2016, Office 2013, and Office 2011 for Mac. The old versions of Office, such as Office 2010 and Office 2007, may work with Office 365 but with limited functionality. Note that you will not need a desktop version of Office to use Enterprise E1. However, you will be able to work offline if you sync a desktop Office version to Office 365.
Can I change over from my current plan to other Office 365 plans?
Yes. You can change to a higher plan when you need to upgrade. For example, you can upgrade from an Office 365 Enterprise E1 plan to an Office 365 Enterprise E3 or Enterprise E5 plan. When you do an upgrade, your domain name in your existing account is transferred to your new account, irrespective of whether you brought your own domain name to the Office 365 account or created it with Office 365.
Can I link and use my own domain name for my emails?
Yes, you can add your domain name to your Office 365 account and set up your own domain-based email addresses. You can even add multiple domains and sub-domains to Office 365 and host any of the services, including email, on any of the domains that you add. You must own a domain name and have admin rights.