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Office 365 subscriptions vs. One-time license
Last week, Microsoft announced new Office 365 Business plans and pricing. The myriad of options can get confusing. We have created a one-page chart that compares features and costs over time. This will help choose the option with the most value for your situation.

Download the PDF chart: www.companionlink.com/files/o365-pricing-chart.pdf



Generally speaking, the Office 2013 one-time traditional software license is a better deal if you meet all of the following criteria:
1. You need Office on one (1) PC
2. You use same version for three (3) or more years
3. You do not need MS Access, Exchange email, Cloud file storage, or MS Publisher

Best value: MS Office Home and Business 2013.

Office 365 subscriptions are a better deal if you meet any of the following criteria:
1. You need Office on multiple PCs
2. You need Exchange email, Cloud file storage, MS Access, or MS Publisher
3. You want to run the latest version of Office
4. You frequently replace PCs or users, or work in a team environment

Best value: Office 365 Business if you do not need Exchange email; Office 365 Business Premium if you need Exchange email. One subscription gives you access to the latest Office technology on up to 5 PCs and Macs.

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2014-10-14 20:36:12
 
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