Microsoft 365 and Difference with Microsoft office 365

Part 1

What is Microsoft 365?

Are you familiar with Office 356? Well Microsoft 365 is the new name of Office 365, featuring familiar programs, like Word and Excel. Microsoft rebranded Microsoft Office 365 to Microsoft 365 with more features, and Microsoft 365 Family is the new name for Office 365 Home and Microsoft 365 Personal is the new name for Office 365 Personal. 


Difference between Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft 365?

Microsoft office 365 is sold as a one-time purchase, we can purchase for single payment for one computer. There is no other way to upgrade to the next major release, you need to purchase it at full price. 

Microsoft 365 is a subscription service, which is organized as a paid monthly subscription plan and highlights a bunch of advantages excluded with Office, including cloud-based efficiency instruments and artificial intelligence capabilities. There are Microsoft 365 plans for home and individual use, just as for small and average-sized organizations, large enterprises, schools, and non-profits. A subscription is enough for latest features, fixes, and security updates along with perennial tech support at no extra cost. 

For more information about Microsoft 365 contact our team today

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Deepthi Bennan

​Marketing Manager, Cyberwaves B.V.

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  • 90% of business purchase decisions start from a website .
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  • Easily accessible data centre for customer

Type of websites

  1. Business website – represents business information like, about business, services they provide, contact information etc


  1. Landing pages – which are used for lead generation, to collect details or information of particular product/service.

Example: Udemy Course

  1. Ecommerce website – to sell products


  1. Portfolio website – showcase of the work of artists, writers, craftspeople, designers and others working in creative fields.


  1. Non profit website – for non profit organisations like church, charity.


  1. Directory websites: for contact information, 


  1. Educational website: represents school, university etc.




Deepthi Bennan 

Marketing Manager, Cyberwaves B.V