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#31 Dashel

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 15:02

SC, clearly those requirements fall under the more institutional control category which I did disclaim. You are right though, HIPAA is a mid-range requirement in comparison.

BudMan, any business\enterprise package falls under the Trust Center, including Sharepoint13/SkyDPro.

Office 365 Enterprise plans, except for Office 365 ProPlus see more detail)

o Office 365 Enterprise Plans are E1, E2, E3, E4, K1, and K2

· Office 365 Education Plans, except for Office 365 ProPlus (see more detail)

o Office 365 Education plans are A2, A3, and A4

· Office 365 Government Plans, except for Office 365 ProPlus (see more detail)

o Office 365 Government Plans are G1, G2, G3, G4, K1, and K2

· Office 365 Midsize Business, except for Office 365 ProPlus (see more detail)
· Office 365 Small Business
· Office 365 Small Business Premium, except for Office 365 ProPlus (see more detail)

The Trust Center also applies to the following Microsoft online services:
· Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online
· Exchange Online Plans

o Exchange Online Plans are 1, 2, Basic, and Kiosk

· SharePoint Online Plans

o SharePoint Online Plans are 1, 2, and Kiosk

· Lync Online Plans

o Lync Online Plans are 1, 2, and 3

· Office Web Apps Plans

o Office Web Apps Plans are with SharePoint Online (Plan 1) and with SharePoint Online (Plan 2)

· Project Online
· Exchange Online Protection




#32 +BudMan

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 15:28

^ skydrive is NOT mentioned in what you listed. But it is clearly listed at least twice saying its NOT under trust center.

They could clearly word that better, from what I can tell skydrive pro gives you access to your professional library that is stored on sharepoint, be it company server or cloud. But that is not spelled out very well in their listing of trust center products.

If you ask me its very amateurish of them in how they document their products ;) hehehehehe

#33 Dashel

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 15:42

SkyDrive Pro is Sharepoint ;) I agree, their packaging and docs don't help matters.



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