Microsoft, in its recent post, shares about its new introduction of security and compliance services. The American multinational technology company developed Microsoft 365 together with Office 365 Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). The aim was to render great experience to business customers to employee creativity and teamwork along with providing a secured platform for a modern workplace.
The organization is now planning to make another move to start this year by adding two new Microsoft 365 securities, compliance bundles to its line-up. The initiative of Microsoft 365 security and compliance offerings is to give sophisticated cyber security measures against threats and other risks.
The purchase of Microsoft Office 365 security package will begin from February 1, 2019. These packages are aim at business customers who need the highest-end security by Microsoft 365 E5 bundle.
Microsoft 365 Identity & Threat Protection package
This package will be a combination of Microsoft Threat Protection (Azure ATP, Windows Defender ATP and Office 365 ATP), Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Active Directory. This collection will cost $12 a user a month.
Information Protection & Compliance
The Microsoft 365 Information Protection & Compliance package comes together with Office 365 Advanced Compliance and Azure Information Protection services. It is develop to help with prime compliance officers performing enduring risk assessments with a compliance score across Microsoft Cloud services. This package will cost $10 per user/ month.
Besides offering 365 bundles, Microsoft is also making it My Analytics services open to any MS Office setup 365 packages and Microsoft Office 365 for Enterprise and business users without any added charges. However, My Analytics is on hand at Office 365 and Microsoft 365 E5 (or as an add-on to E1 or E3) exclusively.
All the Office setup 365 subscription ranges will now also incorporate My Analytics, which was just another service previously available only with more expensive bundles. It equips workers with comprehensive data on how much time they spend on various tasks, such as meetings. This information is mean to help teams find ways to enhance productivity and reduce after-hours work.
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