Windows 365 is Microsoft’s version of the Cloud PC, and although the term “Cloud PC” is relatively new, Desktop Virtualisation has been around for nearly two decades and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere soon. This article will review use cases and some of the key benefits of Cloud PCs.
This week Microsoft announced Windows 365 - launching on August 2nd, which is (arguably) Microsoft's big entry into Desktop as a Service (DaaS). Windows 365 allows you to provide users with persistent virtual desktops without managing the supporting infrastructure. AVD gets new features too, with Azure AD Join and Intune management now in Preview.