Microsoft Access is coming back to Office 365 Business plans

Microsoft announced today that it is bringing Access to Office 365 Business and Business Premium plans. The database management software is already included in the ProPlus, E3, and E5 subscriptions, as well as consumer plans such as Personal and Home.

There will also be new enterprise data connectors coming to users on the ProPlus, E3, and E5 plans. These include OData Feed, Dynamics CRM, Salesforce, and Amazon Redshift, and they'll be delivered through an update in early 2017, with more on the way.

For those on Business and Business Premium, Access will be included in the next client update that they receive, which will roll out between the beginning of December and the end of January. Customers that are on the deferred channel will have to wait until June 2017.

Office 365 Business is the most inexpensive way for a company to get started with Microsoft's productivity suite at $8.00 per user per month, and includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and now Access. Business Premium is $12.50 per user per month, and also includes Exchange.

Source: Microsoft via ZDNet

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