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Vergleich Office 365 P1 Plan und E-Pläne

Vergleich Office 365 P1 Plan und E-Pläne

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Auch wenn der P1 Plan im ersten Moment als der ideale Plan für jedes Unternehmen bis 50 User wirkt, ist die Realität (wie meist) nicht ganz so einfach.

Es gibt gute Gründe, auch für kleinere Unternehmen einen der E-Pläne zu verwenden. (Details zu den Plänen hier)

Mein dänischer Kollege – Jesper Osgaard – hat für seine Partner eine sehr übersichtliche Tabelle zusammengestellt, die die Unterschiede gut zeigt:

Feature

P

E

Service*

Impact (talking points)

AD sync (GAL Sync)

 

X

365

P plan customers can (only) manage their users in the Cloud. Some customers prefer to administer users in their AD.

Combine w/ K plan

 

X

365

Many BDMs focus on Economy. A combination of E and K workers might be less of a cost than all users on P (a 25 user scenario all on P compared to a 5 user on E and 20 on K1 will actually save 14%)

Max # Org Users

50

“No” limit

365

If the customer plan to grow beyond 50 people they should not opt for the P plan.
You can not switch from P1 to E plan.

Phone support

 

X

365

P plan customers in need of support will have to search for answers on the Community section of their Office 365 portal (or call their partner if they have a support agreement)

Single Sign On

 

X (ADFS req)

365

With single sign on the customer need only to provide the domain password

Administer AV/AS

 

X

EXO

Administer FOPE (white list, black list)

IRM/RMS

 

X (E4)

EXO

Important if need to mark and protect sensitive e-mails as "Do Not Forward", "Company Confidential", "Do Not Reply All" a.s.o

Offboarding/deprovisioning

 

X

EXO

The ability to do direct offboarding to Exchange 2003 or 2007 or 2010 on-premises (requires Exchange 2010 CAS server) wil be attractive to some

Rich coexistence

 

X

EXO

If the customer already have an Exchange Server on prem and needs to maintain some of the users there

Transport Rules

 

X

EXO

Transport rules in Exchange can be used to inspect e-mails in transit (inbound, outbound, and internal) and take actions, such as applying a disclaimer (opens up for using EXO as a marketing vehicle, see this article), blocking messages, or bcc'ing to a mailbox for supervisory review

Unified Messaging

 

X (E3/4)

EXO

Voice Mail in the Inbox (no need to call up the voice mail service from your phone)

Unlimited Archive

 

X (E3/E4)

EXO

In the E3/4 plan you have unlimited online archive

Online Meetings # participants

50

250

LYN

Online meetings – e.g. product presentations/launches – sometimes have many participants

Office Web Apps

X

X – but not
in E1

OfWA

When it comes to upselling a P1 to E1 this can be a blocker

# Site Collections

1

300

SPO

If you have projects that need to be isolated from each other, you should create separate site collections for them. For example, it might make sense for the engineering department to have a separate site collection from the legal department.

Access Services

X

(E3/4 only)

SPO

P plan customers can publish Microsoft Access databases to SharePoint Online and share them with other users. Reduce database versioning problems, and simplify deployment of Access forms and reports, while reducing governance risks. E1 and E2 users don’t have that option. The missing InfoPath option can be mitigated by the Access Forms options

Buy Additional SPO storage

 

X

SPO

Many customers will soon need more storage. On the E plan you can purchase extra storage up to 5 TB in total

Communities Capability (Tags, Blogs)

 

X

SPO

Some customers appreciate the ability to tag content (metadata) and share knowledge via blogs and wikis

Dual Rights

 

X

SPO

E plan users can access information on an on-prem SharePoint site (important in hybrid scenarios)

Enterprise Features (Forms/Excel/Visio Services)

 

X (E3/4 only)

SPO

Many business productivity scenarios opens up with the Enterprise capabilities (Electronic Forms for e.g. Timeregistration, simple BI like performance indicators, process support like Workflows and Workflow visualization)

Max # External Users (PAL)

50

“No” limit

SPO

The Extranet capability is very attractive to many customers. On the E plan a customer is not restricted to a maximum of 50 external users (can buy more if needed at a price point below the K plan SPO)

First 50 users free in both plans.

My Site

 

X

SPO

To new users to SharePoint, My Site can be positioned as “your new C: drive – a central yet private location for your personal documents”. Will be an attractive feature to most customers

*service: SPO = SharePoint Online, EXO = Exchange Online, LYN = Lync Online, OfWA = Office Web Apps, 365 = Office 365

 

Kurz noch zu den Kosten:

P1 kostet EUR 5,25 / Benutzer/Monat (http://www.microsoft.com/de-at/office365/buy-small-business.aspx)

E1 kostet EUR 9,00 / Benutzer/Monat (http://www.microsoft.com/de-at/office365/buy-midsize-enterprise.aspx)

 

Viel Spaß damit

Christian

Christian.Decker@microsoft.com

P.S.: Auch wenn mein Kollege die Tabelle mit größter Sorgfalt erstellt hat und wir auch noch mal kontrolliert haben, gelten natürlich nur die Featurebeschreibungen auf den O365 Webseiten Zwinkerndes Smiley

Comments
  • Wunderbar! Genau so eine Aufstellung habe ich schon lange gesucht!

    Ich glaube es gibt auch noch ein paar Unterschiede bei Exchange (Retention Policies?).

    Danke jedenfalls!

  • Freut mich - ich werds dem Kollegen ausrichten...

    Und es gibt sicher noch mehr Unterschiede - wir werden die Tabelle im Laufe der Zeit ausbauen...

    lg

    Christian

  • Mir fällt auch noch was ein! Aber vielleicht ist es schon behoben,... eventuell mal testen, und zwar:

    Im P Plan läuft der SharePoint nicht auf HTTPS, sondern nur auf http, ohne SSL. Womit man auch kein Windows Phone verbinden kann (weil das nicht so wahnwitzig ist, sich irgendwo hin zu verbinden, ohne zumindest SSL).

    Also, wer den P Plan mit SharePoint empofiehlt, der sagt einem Unternehmenskunden, dass er seine Daten unverschlüsselt durchs Netz in die Cloud schieben soll. Coole Sache, da muss man mal richtige E... haben. Traust Dich nie ;)

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