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Since Office 2013 and Office 365 have functional parity, organizations must consider the difference in acquisition between the two deployment types as part of their decision. Use this tool to understand the license costs of upgrading your existing Microsoft licenses for:

  • SharePoint
  • Exchange
  • Lync
  • Office

The cost and potential savings calculations do not take into account any infrastructure purchases or savings available. For further information on which specific applications will increase productivity versus your current version, please use Info-Tech's Productivity Requirements to Office 2013 Features Tool.

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Search Code: 57152
Published: November 13, 2012
Last Revised: January 4, 2013


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    Bart Worley | 11-15-2012

    Where is the tool

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 11-15-2012

      Thank you for your question. The Three-Year TCO Comparison for On-Premise and Cloud Office Licensing will be available when Microsoft publicly releases the pricing details.

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    David Jackson | 03-15-2013

    I don't see SharePoint Enterprise as an option in this spreadsheet.


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