What's the difference between azure and office 365?

Microsoft Azure is Infrastructure in the Cloud. It is simply a processor, disk and RAM, which means users are still required to upload and patch the software.
Microsoft Office 365 is a Software as a Service (SaaS) which is managed and routinely upgraded by Microsoft.

Microsoft Office 365 Blogs

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