Office 365 kiosk plans are designed to provide services to improve communication and collaboration for workers without a desk or office, such as shift or retail workers, or any worker who uses a shared PC. Microsoft today announced that they are expanding Office 365 Enterprise K1 plan to include additional Office 365 services like Microsoft Teams, StaffHub and more. Find the full list of new services added below.
- Microsoft StaffHub—Helps frontline workers manage their workday with schedule management, information sharing and the ability to connect to other work-related apps and resources.
- OneDrive for Business with 2 GB of cloud storage—Provides employees a secure environment to store, manage and access files from virtually anywhere and on any device.
- Skype for Business presence and instant messaging—Enables employees to communicate in real-time, along with the ability to participate in Skype Meeting Broadcast sessions.
- Microsoft Teams—A hub for teamwork that connects employees to the people, tools and content they need to do their best work.
- Office 365 Video—Provides employees with a secure, company-wide destination for posting, sharing and discovering video content.
- Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow—Eases the automation of repetitive tasks and workflows.
In addition to the above new services, Microsoft is not making any changes to the services which were already offered as part of Office 365 Enterprise K1 plan. And the pricing of Office 365 Enterprise K1 plan remains $4/month/per user. Microsoft will roll out these new capabilities to Office 365 customers in the next several weeks.