Office 365 GCC G1 Annual Subscriptions AAD-26662

Office 365 GCC G1 Annual

Rating
4.9
477
Price
$96.00
 
USD
 User/Annual

Description

Office 365 GCC G1 Annual provides all the functionality of its enterprise counterpart (Office 365 Enterprise E1) but is hosted in a separate, secured environment and adds compliance features like accreditations, personnel screening, and data residency that enable the service to meet the unique needs of US Government customers. State and local government customers that require compliance-level data protection and security can also take advantage of Office 365 GCC G1 Annual.

Office 365 GCC G1 Annual includes Microsoft Exchange email with a 50 GB mailbox per user, online versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, file storage and sharing with one TB OneDrive storage per user, and Microsoft Teams, which adds conferencing and collaboration tools. Office 365 G1 for GCC also includes a guaranteed uptime SLA of 99.9%, complementary support, and Active Directory integration. Office 365 supports a mobile workforce and is accessible across multiple devices, including PCs, Macs, Android tablets, Android phones, iPad, and iPhone.

In addition to those listed above:

  • Business-class email hosting with a 50 GB mailbox
  • Office Online versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • HD video conferencing with Skype for Business
  • Team sites with 1 TB of baseline storage plus 500 MB of storage per user
Office Apps Included
Not Included
Included Services
Microsoft OneDrive Microsoft Exchange Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft Stream Microsoft Sway Microsoft Teams Microsoft Yammer

Eligibility and Validation: Office 365 Government plans are available to (1) qualified government entities, including US federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government entities, and (2) other entities (subject to validation of eligibility) who handle data subject to government regulations and requirements, where use of Office 365 Government is appropriate to meet these regulations and requirements. The approval and provisioning of net-new GCC tenants may take up to five (5) business days to complete.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I transfer my Microsoft 365 account?

Your Microsoft 365 tenant is independent of where you choose to purchase your subscriptions. You can purchase subscriptions directly from Microsoft or from a variety of official Cloud Solution Providers, also known as a reseller, at the same time. To transfer your Microsoft 365 account you only need to cancel the subscriptions with the other provider effective the start date of the new subscriptions.

How do I setup a Microsoft 365 Account?

A new Microsoft 365 account is always associated with a subscription that your purchase from Microsoft or a Cloud Solution Provider, also known as a reseller. The platform for the new account is called a tenant where the security, features and users are managed in a central administration site. Your tenant will be created and the subscriptions provisioned as a part of the sign-up process.

Can I use my own domain with Office 365?

When a Microsoft 365 tenant is first provisioned its domain is created as "mycompany.onmicrosoft.com" where "mycompany" is a distinct name for the business or organization. When users are created their login user name by default will be "user1@mycompany.onmicrosoft.com" until a custom domain is added. To setup a custom domain with Microsoft 365 it only requires adding a few DNS settings with your domain registrar. Once this is done users can login with a more readable user name such as "user1@mycompany.com".

How do I download Office 365?

Many subscriptions in the Microsoft 365 suite of products or other Cloud Managegement software packages come with components that you download to your computer for use such as Office 365. Once your subscription is provisioned and assigned to a user the software can be downloaded from www.office.com. The user must be logged in with their Office 365 user account.