In our last blog post, What is Microsoft EMS? we gave an overview of the 6 tools that make the Enterprise Mobility + Security suite. In this post we'll dive into the 13 specific differences between the EMS E3 and E5 licenses, so that you can decide which version you need.
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Microsoft launched the Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) in March 2014, in an effort to transition from 'bolted-on' security to 'built-in' security. It was a huge bet at the time, as EMS was meant to bring enterprise-level security that Fortune 500 companies were using to small and medium businesses (SMBs).
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No company on the planet can beat Microsoft's value to schools and education organizations. Between school-specific applications, heavily discounted pricing, and free on-site training from the Microsoft Retail staff, schools nowadays receive technology and help that none of us had growing up ask kids. In this post we'll go over everything school's should know about Microsoft and how they'll revolutionize your school.
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Microsoft is now pushing companies to adopt the Microsoft 365 product line, which bundles Office 365 with Windows 10 and their cybersecurity tools dubbed Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). There are 3 versions, Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft 365 E3, and Microsoft 365 E5. This post describes every feature to help you determine which version you need for you business.