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Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E5 Monthly Subscription

The price here is the first monthly payment for one user. There is a minimum of twelve monthly payments (annual plan).

We offer price breaks on orders of five users or more. Please contact us for details.

Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E5 is the most powerful Office 365 suite in the Office 365 range. It is for those that need the latest Office apps, cloud file storage and sharing, business email hosting, plus powerful, advanced features such as Power BI Pro.

It includes desktop versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote (plus Access and Publisher for PC only).

It includes Web versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

It includes business email hosting (Exchange Online).

It also includes OneDrive for file storage and sharing and Advanced eDiscovery to help you with GDPR.

It is licensed for commercial use.

Ideal for Software Audits.

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£30.60 + VAT

£36.72   inc VAT

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"Designed to meet industry and regulatory requirements like HIPAA, FISMA, ISO/IEC 27001, etc., Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E5 is jammed full of advanced security features, powerful analytics, as well as such features as Cloud PBX - a cost-effective cloud-based phone system."

Microsoft Office 365 Comparison Table

Features

Office 365 Business

Office 265 Business Premium

Office 365 Business Essentials

Office 365 Enterprise E1

Office 365 Enterprise E3

Office 365 Enterprise E5

Business class email, calendard, and contacts, Exchange Online hosting with 50 GB mailbox per user and custom email domain address

100 GB inbox per user

Desktop versions of Office 2016 apps: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote (plus Access and Publisher for PC only)

Web versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Plus a web version of Outlook

Plus a web version of Outlook

Plus a web version of Outlook

Plus a web version of Outlook

Plus a web version of Outlook

One license covers Office apps on 5 phones, 5 tablets, and 5 PCs or Macs per user.*

5 phones and 5 tablets only

5 phones and 5 tablets only

File storage and sharing with 1 TB of OneDrive storage

Licensed for commercial use**

Company-wide intranet and team sites with SharePoint

Online meetings and video conferencing for up to 250 people with Skype for Business.***

Host meetings for up to 10,000 people with Skype Meeting Broadcast

Hub for teamwork to connect your teams with Microsoft Teams

Get discovered and nurture customer relationships with Microsoft Connections, Microsoft Listings, and Outlook Customer Manager

Manage your business better with Microsoft Invoicing, Microsoft Bookings, MileIQ, and Business center

Collaboration across departments and locations with Yammer

Manage tasks and teamwork with Microsoft Planner

Manage schedules and daily staff work tasks with Microsoft StaffHub

Monthly security updates and feature releases

eDiscovery with in-place search, hold, and export

Advanced eDiscovery with in-place search, hold, export and analytics

Guard your mailbox against malicious links and attachments with Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection

Make, receive and transfer calls across a wide range of devices with Phone System

Make domestic or international calls from current or new phone numbers with add-on Calling Plans****

Create meetings with a dial-in number that attendees can join by telephone with Audio Conferencing

Auto classification, smart import, and more with Advanced Data Governance

Assess risks and gain insight into potential threats with Office 365 Cloud App Security

Control how support access your mailbox with Customer Lockbox

Cloud PBX for cloud-based call management to make, receive, and transfer calls across a wide range of devices

Advanced personal and organisational analytics with MyAnalytics and Power BI Pro

Maximum number of users

300

300

300

Unlimited

Unlimited

Unlimited



* Installation of Office apps on phones, tablets and computers:

Office 2016 (for Windows) will run on Windows 7 or later.

Office 2016 for Mac requires Mac OS X 10.10.

Tablet devices with screens larger than 10.1" require an Office 365 plan licensed for desktop use to edit files. You will find more on that at: https://products.office.com/en-gb/business/mobile-productivity/home

** Licensed for commercial use: You can use Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Premium, Office 365 Business Essentials, Office 365 Enterprise E1, Office 365 Enterprise E3, and Office 365 Enterprise E5 for work activities. This is not true of all Microsoft software. For example, you cannot use Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal for work activities.

*** High Definition (HD) calling: For HD calling, compatible HD hardware and broadband connection with at least 4 Mbps is required.

**** Calling plans: For more information on calling plans, please go to: https://products.office.com/en-gb/microsoft-teams/voice-calling

Office 365 Enterprise E5 advanced features For more information on the advanced features of Office 365 Enterprise E5, please go to: https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/office-365-enterprise-e5-overview-and-documentation-f7407faa-6bcb-4f23-9056-7aba50d6942f

Key to the apps in Microsoft Office 365 editions

Some Office 365 editions have more apps than others. Please see the above table for information on the apps you get in Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Premium, Office 365 Essentials, Office 365 Enterprise E1, Office 365 Enterprise E3, and Office 365 Enterprise E5.


Access is a database program for holding and controlling information
Excel is a spreadsheet
Microsoft Exchange Online Exchange Online gives you email and collaboration services
Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams gives you a hub for teamwork
Microsoft OneDrive OneDrive gives you storage for your files
OneNote is for your notetaking
Outlook handles your emails and calendar
PowerPoint creates slide shows
Publisher creates leaflets and other promotion
SharePoint Online SharePoint Online gives you an intranet and team sites
Skype is for your phone and video communications
Word is for your letters and other documents

Twelve important reasons why Office 365 Enterprise E5 is such a good deal

"Best software in its class."


1. It is convenient You can access and manage your work and emails anywhere on any device.

2. Install on 5 phones, 5 tablets, and 5 PCs or Macs You can fully-install Office apps on 5 phones, 5 tablets, and 5 PCs or Macs per user.

3. Keeps your work safe OneDrive provides you with enough safe and secure storage for your documents and work. And if by some chance there is not enough storage, you can increase it.

4. Continuous updates Get monthly security updates and feature releases.

5. The most powerful Office 365 Edition Office 356 Enterprise E5 is the most powerful suite in Microsoft's range of Office 365 editions, having powerful advanced features that none of the others have. Please see the above Office 365 Comparison Table for details.

6. Integration Integrates well with other third party software.

7. Reduced costs Because it is cloud-based, you don't have to pay for servers and other  on-premises equipment.

8. Helps your cash flow Instead of having to pay large sums upfront for equivalent software and hardware, you pay reasonable amounts monthly to use the software.

9. Licensed for commercial use Although Office 365 Home and Office 365 Personal  cannot be used for work activities, you can use Office 365 Enterprise E5 for work activities.

10. Better prices than Microsoft Store Remember, Microsoft Store shows prices excluding VAT. We don't. We are transparent with our prices.

11. Good for software audits Because Microsoft is providing you with Office 365 rather than some other company, no one can question the legality of the software.

12. Helps you with GDPR In addition to the plethora of features in Office 365 that help you with GDPR, Office 365 Enterprise E5 also has Advanced eDiscovery, powered by machine learning technologies, to help you identify documents that are relevant to a particular subject (for example, a compliance investigation) quickly and with better precision than traditional keyword searches or manual reviews of vast quantities of documents. Advanced eDiscovery can significantly reduce cost and effort to identify relevant documents and data relationships by using machine learning to train the system to intelligently explore large datasets and quickly zero in on what’s relevant — reducing the data prior to review. For more information on how Office 365 helps you with GDPR, please see below.

How Office 365 can help you with GDPR

The first step towards GDPR compliance is to assess whether the GDPR applies to your organisation, and, if so, to what extent. This analysis starts with understanding what data you have and where it resides.

The GDPR regulates the collection, storage, use and sharing of “personal data.” Personal data is defined very broadly under the GDPR as any data that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person.

If your organisation has such data — in customer databases, in feedback forms filled out by your customers, in email content, in photos, in CCTV footage, in loyalty program records, in HR databases, or anywhere else — or wishes to collect it, and if the data belongs or relates to EU residents, then you need to comply with the GDPR. Note that personal data doesn’t need to be stored in the EU to be subject to the GDPR — the GDPR applies to data collected, processed or stored outside the EU if the data is tied to EU residents.

This is the link to the full 88-page General Data Protection Regulation. It is quite well-written.
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679&from=EN

Discover: Identify all of your personal data and where it resides

There are five several specific Office 365 solutions that can help you identify or manage access to personal data:

1. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) in Office and Office 365 can identify over 80 common sensitive data types including financial, medical, and personally identifiable information.

2. Office 365 Security & Compliance Center content search in the  can search across mailboxes, public folders, Office 365 Groups, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Online sites, One Drive for Business locations and Skype for Business conversations.

3. Office 365 eDiscovery search can be used to find text and metadata in content across your Office 365 assets — SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business Online and Exchange Online.

4. Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery, powered by machine learning technologies, can help you identify documents that are relevant to a particular subject (for example, a compliance investigation) quickly and with better precision than traditional keyword searches or manual reviews of vast quantities of documents. Advanced eDiscovery can significantly reduce cost and effort to identify relevant documents and data relationships by using machine learning to train the system to intelligently explore large datasets and quickly zero in on what’s relevant — reducing the data prior to review.

5. Advanced Data Governance uses intelligence and machine-assisted insights to help you find, classify, set policies on, and take action to manage the lifecycle of the data that is most important to your organisation.

Manage: Govern how personal data is used and accessed

Office 365 solutions have several features that can help you manage personal data:

1. Office 365 Security & Compliance Center has data governance features that help you archive and preserve content in Exchange Online mailboxes, SharePoint Online sites and OneDrive for Business locations, and import data into your Office 365 organisation.

2. The Retention feature in Office 365 can help you manage the lifecycle of email and documents by keeping the content you need and removing content after it’s no longer required.

3. Advanced Data Governance uses intelligence and machine-assisted insights to help you find, classify, set policies on and take action to manage the lifecycle of the data that is most important to your organisation.

4. SharePoint Online's information management policies enable you to control how long to retain content, to audit what people do with content and to add barcodes or labels to documents.

5. Exchange Online's journaling can help you respond to legal, regulatory and organisational compliance requirements by recording inbound and outbound email communications.

Data classification

Data classification is an important part of any data governance plan. Adopting a classification scheme that applies throughout your organisation can be particularly helpful for responding to data subject requests, because it enables you to identify more readily and process personal data requests.

6. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) in Office and Office 365 can identify over 80 common sensitive data types including financial, medical, and personally identifiable information. In addition, DLP allows organisations to configure actions to be taken upon identification to protect sensitive information and prevent its accidental disclosure.

7. Advanced Data Governance uses intelligence and machine-assisted insights to help you find, classify, set policies on and take action to manage the lifecycle of the data that is most important to your organisation. Classify data based on automatic analysis and policy recommendations, then apply actions to preserve data in-place or purge what’s necessary. In-place data as well as third-party data sources can be ingested into Office 365 and classified by message type. Message type classification allows for the search, sort and export of the various data sources, which eases the process of performing eDiscovery reviews.

Protect: Establish controls to detect and respond to breaches

Data security is a complex area. There are many types of risk to identify and consider — ranging from physical intrusion or rogue employees to accidental loss or hackers. Building risk management plans and taking risk mitigation steps, such as password protection, audit logs and encryption, can help you ensure compliance.

The Microsoft cloud is specifically built to help you understand risks and to defend against them, and is more secure than on-premises computing environments in many ways. For example, Microsoft's data centres are certified to internationally recognised security standards; protected by 24-hour physical surveillance; and have strict access controls.

The Office 365 platform incorporates security at every level, from application development to physical data centres to end-user access. Office 365 applications include both built-in security features that simplify the process of protecting data and the flexibility for you to configure, manage and integrate security in ways that make sense for your unique business needs. The Office 365 compliance framework has over 1,000 controls that enables Microsoft to keep Office 365 up to date with evolving industry standards, including over 50 certifications or attestations.

Many security controls are available by default. SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, for instance, both use encryption for data in transit and at rest. In addition, you may configure and deploy digital certificates to obfuscate personal data and you can use Office Access controls to grant and restrict access to personal data.

Office 365 offers other features that help you safeguard data and identify when a data breach occurs:

1. Secure Score gives you insights into your security position and what features are available to reduce risk while balancing productivity and security. 

2. Exchange Online's Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) helps protect your email against new, sophisticated malware attacks in real time. It also allows you to create policies that help prevent your users from accessing malicious attachments or malicious websites linked through email. ATP for Exchange Online includes protection against unknown malware and viruses, time-of-click protection against malicious URLs, and rich reporting and URL trace capabilities.

3. Information Rights Management (IRM) helps you and your users prevent sensitive information from being printed, forwarded, saved, edited or copied by unauthorised individuals. With IRM in SharePoint Online, you can limit the actions that users can take on files that have been downloaded from lists or libraries, such as printing copies of the files or copying text from them. With IRM in Exchange Online, you can help prevent sensitive information in email messages and attachments from leaking via email, online and offline.

4. Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365 lets you set up policies and rules to help secure and manage your users’ enrolled iPhones, iPads, Android devices and Windows phones. For example, you can remotely wipe a device and view detailed device reports. Office 365 also uses multi-factor authentication to help provide extra security.

Protect: Establish controls to detect and respond to breaches

Office 365 features several capabilities that help you identify and respond when a data breach occurs:

1. Threat Intelligence helps you proactively uncover and protect against advanced threats in Office 365. Deep insights into threats — available in part because of Microsoft’s global presence, the Intelligent Security Graph, and input from cyber threat hunters — help you quickly and effectively enable alerts, dynamic policies and security solutions.

2. Advanced Security Management enables you to identify high-risk and abnormal usage, alerting you to potential breaches. In addition, it allows you to set up activity policies to track and respond to high-risk actions and suspicious activity. And you can also get productivity app discovery, which lets you use the information from your organisation’s log files to understand and act on your users’ app usage in Office 365 and other cloud apps.

3. Advanced Threat Protection for Exchange Online helps protect your email against new, sophisticated malware attacks in real time. It also allows you to create policies that help prevent your users from accessing malicious attachments or malicious websites linked through email.

Report: Execute data requests and keep required documentation

Record-keeping

Organisations processing personal data will need to keep records about the purposes of processing; the categories of personal data processed; the identity of third parties with whom data is shared; whether (and which) third countries receive personal data and the legal basis of such transfers; organisational and technical security measures; and data retention times applicable to various datasets. One way to achieve this is using auditing tools, which can help to ensure that any processing of data — whether it be collection, use, sharing, or otherwise — is tracked and recorded.

Microsoft cloud services offer embedded auditing services that can help you meet this standard.

In the Service Trust Portal, you can find comprehensive information about the various Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 compliance, security, privacy and trust offerings, including reports and attestations. Third-party independent audit and GRC (governance, risk management, and compliance) assessment reports help you to stay up-to-date on how Microsoft cloud services comply with global standards that matter to your organisation. Trust documents can help you understand how Microsoft cloud services protect your data and how you can manage data security and compliance for your cloud services.

Additionally:

1. Office 365 Security & Compliance Center's Service Assurance gives you deep insights for conducting risk assessments, with details on Microsoft Compliance reports and transparent status of audited controls, including:

  •         Microsoft security practices for customer data that is stored in Office 365.
  •         Independent third-party audit reports of Office 365.
  •         Implementation and testing details for security, privacy, and compliance controls that help customers comply with standards, laws, and regulations across industries, such as ISO 27001 and ISO 27018, as well as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).   

2. Office 365 audit logs allow you to monitor and track user and administrator activities across workloads in Office 365, which help with early detection and investigation of security and compliance issues. Use the Office 365 Audit log search page to start recording user and admin activity in your organisation. After Office 365 prepares the audit log, you can search it for a broad range of activities, including uploads to OneDrive or SharePoint Online or user password resets. Exchange Online can be set up to track changes that are made by administrators, and track whenever a mailbox is accessed by someone other than the person who owns the mailbox.   

3. Customer Lockbox gives you authority over how a Microsoft support engineer may access your data during a help session. In cases where the engineer requires access to your data to troubleshoot and fix an issue, Customer Lockbox allows you to approve or reject the access request. If you approve it, the engineer is able to access the data. Each request has an expiration time, and once the issue is resolved, the request is closed and access is revoked.