Microsoft today announced Windows 365, a cloud-based operating system that can be offered as a service for enterprise users. The new Windows 365 product effectively delivers instances of Windows 10 or Windows 11 depending on business needs, with its own personal operating system (including settings, apps, and data) that allows users to stream directly from Microsoft’s Azure cloud. Makes it possible effectively. Exchange for monthly payments. It will be released on August 2nd.
“Windows 365 is creating a new category of cloud PCs,” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. Basically, users only need to have the hardware available to access their own cloud instances. No need to duplicate settings, apps, or even files to multiple devices. For example, you can terminate your instance of Windows 365 on your desktop PC and resume working on your laptop while commuting. This will allow users to work more effectively, Microsoft said. Microsoft promises an instant boot experience from anywhere without compromising the overall user experience. This makes sense because the local hardware only handles Windows 365 streams. Enables the processing power available on Windows 365 instances. Similar to storage capabilities, it can be expanded according to the user’s specific usage scenarios and requirements.
Microsoft uses the Zero Trust Security paradigm and full on-cloud storage to ensure that your data is always safe.
Microsoft mentions improving business scalability and reducing IT-related costs because security is essentially handled by Microsoft. It also eliminates the need for enterprises to configure hardware devices for each user, simply providing workers with access to their personal cloud instances.
Windows 365 is being introduced because many companies, especially in vaccinated countries, are deciding how to get their employees back to work and whether to work in a hybrid way.
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