Microsoft has announced that Windows 365 Enterprise officially supports Windows 11 Cloud PCs now. New and existing deployments need to have a 2 vCPUs/4GB RAM configuration to run the new OS.
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Microsoft has provided guidance on how your organization should secure your Windows 365 Cloud PCs, across both Enterprise and Business offerings. However, Trusted Launch is not yet available.
As yet another seven days have elapsed, it's time to recap the Microsoft news of the week. Catch up on the GA of Windows 365, the AoE IV closed beta, and more, via our handy overview.
Do you know that Microsoft may restrict your outbound bandwidth on Windows 365 or that you can't downgrade your Cloud PC? If you don't, you should read our summary of the finer details of the service.
Following an "unbelievable response", Microsoft has halted the trials for Windows 365 due to the service reaching its full capacity. Those still interested in testing it can sign up for notifications.
Microsoft has announced that it is expanding App Assure to support Windows 365. Customers can now engage directly with Microsoft in case they face compatibility issues on its latest offering.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Windows 365. It's for business and enterprise customers and can cost anywhere between $20 and $162 per user per month depending on what you need.
Microsoft today officially announced Windows 365 and Cloud PC, a cloud-powered virtualization service that lets businesses deploy, manage, and run Windows 10 and Windows 11 via the cloud.
From new Windows and Office upgrades, to Satya's sleep, Samsung slip-ups, OnePlus invites, dual-boot WinDroids, and a smelly Google patent, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Microsoft has filed for a trademark, Windows 365, which was a name rumored for what Windows 10 may have been called based on rumors that did not solidify over the summer.
Neowin community member FaiKee has posted up a screenshot of what looks like a Microsoft employee's Facebook account that shows something called "Windows 365", listed as based on Windows Core.