New York (The Verge) — Microsoft 365 ‘Life’ is reportedly launching in spring 2020 with Office, password manager, and more theverge.com/2019/12/5/2099….
Microsoft is planning to launch a consumer version of its Microsoft 365 subscription early next year. M365 Life will reportedly include Office, a new password manager, and even access to a consumer version of Teams.
These subscriptions will reportedly largely be a rebranding of what is currently known as Office 365 Personal and Home, but ZDNet claims a password manager will also be bundled. This will be particular useful for consumers, especially when Microsoft recently discovered that 44 million Microsoft Accounts have passwords that have been reused and leaked in various databases of 3 billion passwords.
Microsoft has also been working on a “for life” version of Microsoft Teams, which includes features like sending locations, shared family calendars, and document sharing. This will likely be bundled as part of the Microsoft 365 Life subscription. — Tom Warren/@verge