Applies to: Office 365
Topic Last Modified: 2014-12-11
Microsoft SharePoint is a collection of Web-based tools and technologies that help your organization store, share, and manage digital information. Built on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013, this hosted service is ideal for working on projects, storing data and documents in a central location, and sharing information with others. Office 365 customers can also purchase additional add-ons associated to SharePoint Online.
To see if an Add-on feature is available in a certain SharePoint solution, see Add-On feature availability across SharePoint solutions.
|For a complete list of SharePoint features, see SharePoint feature availability across solutions,|
Should you require more storage, it is available at a cost per gigabyte (GB) per month.
Access Services allows business users to quickly create apps that run in Office 365 and store their data in Azure SQL databases. Learn how to build and publish an Access database to SharePoint.
Provider-hosted apps for SharePoint include components that are deployed and hosted outside the SharePoint farm, usually by a developer, but in some scenarios by the customer. The provider-hosted app for SharePoint interacts with a SharePoint site but also uses resources and services that reside on the remote site. Learn more about hosting options for apps for SharePoint.
Duet Online for SharePoint and SAP is a jointly developed product from SAP and Microsoft that enables interoperability between SAP applications and SharePoint Online. Learn more about Duet Online.
Use the following Search feature availability tables to compare Office 365 plans to SharePoint on-premises solutions.
To compare Microsoft hosted Office 365 plans, see Add-On feature availability across Office 365 plans.
To compare SharePoint Online standalone plans—which do not include any other Microsoft Online services, such as Exchange Online or Lync Online, see Add-On feature availability across standalone plans.
To compare on-premises solutions—where an organization installs and deploys SharePoint themselves, see Add-on feature availability across on-premises solutions.
To view feature availability across Office 365 plans, standalone options, and on-premise solutions, see SharePoint Online Service Description.