Hexnode UEM vs Microsoft 365 Business comparison


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Hexnode UEM
Ranking in Mobile Device Management (MDM)
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Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) (17th)
Microsoft 365 Business
Ranking in Mobile Device Management (MDM)
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Content Collaboration Platforms (7th)

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Jul 19, 2023
Can be used on any device and works really well on stand-alone systems
I have been using Microsoft 365 Business for document functions, and finance-related tasks, and Excel for calculations and accounting purposes. Additionally, PowerPoint comes into play for creating presentations It has helped us to work collaboratively. We can now connect a user to work with us…

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"It is slightly expensive, but it doesn't have any hidden costs. You know what you're going to spend, and you get a decent ROI on it. It has subscription-based licensing. It helps you to figure out the amount of money that you would spend based on how many mailboxes you would require in a year, which makes it better as compared to a mail server for which you need to consider the licensing cost and the maintenance cost."
"The solution is expensive and the price could be lowered. For example, if I want to purchase a personal Office 365 subscription, they have pricing that does not have the flexibility to choose a wide range of storage sizes, you are limited to a lower amount. If you then switch to the Business version to receive the larger storage offering it is too large and expensive. If they would allow customers to choose the storage size on-demand it would be beneficial and a big improvement."
"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."
"Pricing can always be improved."
"The base price is reasonable, but when it comes to the specialized tools for servers, the cost can become quite high."
"We have an enterprise license, and we get some price off for that. Its price could be better for companies that are not using it massively."
"It's an expensive solution."
"The cost of the subscription is fair."
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What do you like most about Microsoft 365 Business?
The product's initial setup phase was straightforward.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Microsoft 365 Business?
The solution's pricing is reasonable and provides value for money. The solution costs approximately $20 per month per user.
What needs improvement with Microsoft 365 Business?
Sometimes, the migration from old software to new software isn't very smooth. Upgrading from the old version to the new version of Microsoft Teams created a lot of issues for small companies and la...

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Microsoft 365 E3, Microsoft 365 E5, Microsoft 365 F1, MS 365 Business

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Hilton Hotels & Resorts, bathstore, Portsmouth City Council, HG education, Litcargus For more details, visit: https://www.hexnode.com/mobile-device-management/hexnode-mdm-customer-reviews/
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