There’s an updated (July 2019) Windows 7 and Office 2010 End of Support FAQ. Use it to answer questions such as: which programs are the Extended Security Updates available in (currently EA/EAS/EES, but CSP too by the end of 2019); who’s eligible for free ESUs (EA/EAS customers with active Windows E5 or Microsoft 365 E5/E5 Security subscriptions); and in which Windows environments is Office 365 ProPlus supported (it depends, see pages 12/13).
Find this document, as usual, here: http://bitly/MSLicensingGuides.
The Microsoft 365 Enterprise plans are a convenient way of purchasing Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 and EMS. If you look at the difference between the E3 and E5 plans then there are three main areas where you get more functionality in E5: security and compliance, productivity tools, and telephony.
On 2nd January,
2019 Microsoft announced two new Add-on plans for Microsoft 365 E3 to allow
customers to buy the security and compliance components at a cost-effective
price from 1st February, 2019.
Protection & Compliance will be made up of Office 365 Advanced Compliance
and Azure Information Protection Plan 2 and will be $10 per user per month.
Threat Protection will be ALL of the other security components: Windows
Defender Advanced Threat Protection, Azure Advanced Threat Protection for
Users, Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (now including Office 365 Threat
Intelligence), Azure Active Directory Premium Plan 2, and Microsoft Cloud App
Security. This plan will be available for $12 per user per month.
Find the Microsoft
announcement here: http://bit.ly/2sFNgUa.