We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Compared to buying a license, it is much cheaper and a good buy."
"We do monthly billing, however, I'm not sure what the exact costs are. We may pay around $1,000/month. We started using the Microsoft Teams and we've started doing the conference call feature, so that's another $4 an account and we have a few accounts using that right now."
"USD $1,250 annually for the standard package."
"Pricing can vary a lot due to fluctuations in exchange rates and that is not favorable for planning."
"Now you can select different licenses, for example, if somebody doesn't need all of the features, it would cost $8 USD per month and if they didn't need the email application then it would cost $6 USD per month."
"It works out to be $12.50 per user per month."
"Microsoft 365 Business will be good to have if you have a large organization where you have more than 3000 employees. Other cheaper solutions, like Gmail, are easily available in the market."
"They are always a bit pricey. They should reduce their prices or make it free because we already have other solutions, like Google Suite, which are cheaper or free."
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Microsoft 365 Business is an integrated solution, bringing together the best-in-class productivity of Office 365 with advanced security and device management capabilities to help safeguard your business.
Founded in 2004 as YouSendIt, Hightail was originally designed to help individuals and businesses easily and securely transfer large files from one person to another. The solution pioneered a new file sharing industry, set to displace the frustrations faced with attempting to email large documents, uploading to a clunky FTP site, or passing off thumb drives from one device to another. It then was quickly followed by fellow cloud-based file sharing and storage services such as Citrix ShareFile, WeTransfer and Google Drive.
Microsoft 365 Business is ranked 5th in Content Collaboration Platforms with 200 reviews while OpenText Hightail is ranked 29th in Content Collaboration Platforms. Microsoft 365 Business is rated 8.4, while OpenText Hightail is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft 365 Business writes "Very stable, great for collaboration, and can scale easily". On the other hand, Microsoft 365 Business is most compared with ManageEngine Desktop Central, Microsoft Intune, Jamf Pro, Liferay Digital Experience Platform and Datto Workplace, whereas OpenText Hightail is most compared with .
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