Description Office 365 subscriptions can include access to Office desktop applications, hosted email, online file storage, and collaboration tools. Some subscriptions include additional productivity services, like mobile apps for Android and iOS, Skype minutes, and more.Moving to Microsoft CloudWith Microsoft Cloud subscriptions like Office 365, you get a variety of services delivered over the Internet. This includes downloads of the latest Office applications or access to them within your web browser. Office 365 subscriptions provide you with automatic software updates, so you'll always have the latest version.Subscriptions and LicensesWhen you choose your subscription, you'll also choose how many users (licenses) you need. Most organizations should obtain a license for every user in the organization. You can always add more licenses later or reassign a license to a different user.Types of Office 365 SubscriptionsMicrosoft offers Business subscriptions and Enterprise subscriptions for Office 365. The Business subscriptions are meant for small organizations, but some small nonprofits might be better served with an Enterprise subscription that includes more advanced features. Business Subscriptions for Small NonprofitsSince these subscriptions don't include Active Directory services, TechSoup recommends them only for nonprofits with fewer than 20 employees. They technically support up to 300 users.Office 365 Business EssentialsRecommended for small nonprofits that don't need Office desktop applications.Office Applications: Web Browser Only Services Included Office 365 Business PremiumRecommended for small nonprofits that need Office desktop applications but don't need all the features of the Enterprise subscriptions.Office Applications: Downloaded Desktop Apps Services Included Enterprise Subscriptions for Nonprofits of Any SizeTechSoup recommends these subscriptions for nonprofits with more than 20 employees. Enterprise subscriptions include Active Directory services.Office 365 Enterprise E1Recommended for medium-sized to large nonprofits that don't need Office desktop applications.Office Applications: Web Browser Only Services Included Office 365 Enterprise E3Recommended for medium-sized to large nonprofits that need Office desktop applications and advanced compliance and security features.Office Applications: Downloaded Desktop Apps Services Included Office 365 Enterprise F1Recommended for nonprofits that have volunteers who need to access the organization's data.Office Applications: Web Browser Only Services Included Office 365 ProPlusRecommended for nonprofits that need Office desktop applications but don't need hosted email and calendars.Office Applications: Downloaded Desktop Apps Services Included Nonprofit PricingSpecial nonprofit pricing is available for Office 365 Enterprise subscriptions (F1, E1, E3, and ProPlus) and Office 365 Business subscriptions (Essentials and Premium).Microsoft requires nonprofits to go through an additional eligibility screening to access nonprofit pricing for cloud subscriptions.Subscription costs depend on the type of subscription and the number of licenses needed. TechSoup can help you pick the best subscription for your organization.Get Help Implementing and Managing Office 365TechSoup can help your organization select the right licenses, migrate to Office 365, and manage your subscription. Talk to us about your options.