Today, Microsoft announced that Office 365 has been added to Microsoft’s price list for customers with Volume License or Enterprise license agreements. This means Volume Licensing customers can start ordering Office 365, the next release of Microsoft hosted solutions for SharePoint, Exchange, Lync, and Office.
Microsoft Office 365 four plans for enterprises includes:
1. Office 365 (Plan E1)
2. Office 365 (Plan E2)
3. Office 365 (Plan E3)
4. Office 365 (Plan E4).
According to Microsoft;
We have offerings for Small Business and Enterprise. The beta is still open for those of you who want to try before you buy. If your organinzation has 250 seats or more, please contact your Microsoft account manager or call 1-800-426-9400 for smaller companies, you can order directly from the Office 365 Portal when it becomes available. The Beta of Office 365 continues to be available for download even at this point in time, so customers interested in seeing what the Cloud productivity suite will bring to the table can take it out for a spin
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer revealed last week that the Redmond company is right on track to release Office 365 by the end of June 2011.
Microsoft Office 365 for midsize Businesses and Enterprises: Get the predictable costs, guaranteed reliability, access from virtually anywhere, and the enhanced capabilities of powerful cloud-based productivity tools, while you maintain control of IT services that drive your business.
Microsoft Office 365 for Professionals and Small businesses: Access your email, important documents, contacts, and calendars from virtually anywhere and on almost any device with a pay-as-you-go subscription to Office 365.
Microsoft Office 365 for Education: Support enhanced learning with powerful yet easy-to-use productivity tools, and give your entire community new ways to connect and collaborate—while you reduce management complexity.