Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-eight (128th) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC.

Securing Cloud PCs and Azure Virtual Desktop: Your expert guide to implementing and optimizing security for Windows 365 and AVD infrastructure

Looking forward to effectively implementing and maintaining secure virtualized systems? Grab this book to get a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft virtual endpoints, from the fundamentals of Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop to advanced security measures, enabling them to adeptly secure, manage, and optimize virtualized environments in line with contemporary cybersecurity challenges.

Great work by Dominiek Verham and Johan Vanneuville 👏

Pre-ordered on Amazon: Securing Cloud PCs and Azure Virtual Desktop

Microsoft 365 Modern Management Meetup

If you manage Windows, iOS and Android devices with Microsoft management tools, and want to get together with a group of like minded people to learn more about the management, security and compliance capabilities of Microsoft 365, this is the meetup for you.

Join us this month for the latest updates on Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop from Aresh Sarkari, Windows 365 MVP.

Attend upcoming Meetup’s here: Microsoft 365 Modern Management Meetup

Windows 365 Boot: Manage Local PC Settings

Dominiek Verham is a Windows and Devices MVP. He has written a great post about the new features for Windows 365 Boot.

“Welcome to the last post on the public preview features for Windows 365 Boot. We already had a look at the dedicated and shared device modes. This time around we will check out a huge improvement for Windows 365 Boot! Did you know that it’s now possible to manage local PC settings?”

Read the post by Dominiek here: Windows 365 Boot: Manage Local PC Settings

Windows 365 Cloud PC and Microsoft Dev Box – A Detailed Comparison

Thomas Marcussen is a Windows and Devices MVP. He has conducted a detailed comparison between Windows 365 Cloud PC and Microsoft Dev Box.

Every business is constantly looking for ways to improve operations, maximize efficiency, and as a result increase revenues. These are precisely the kinds of objectives that cloud solutions can help you meet. They enable businesses to access the computing resources they need when they need them.

Not only do you get excellent computing resources but it also allows you to work remotely whenever it’s convenient for you. In a world where cybercrime is on the rise and physical devices are at risk, cloud services offer an excellent solution that is always available.

Read the post by Thomas here: Windows 365 Cloud PC and Microsoft Dev Box – A Detailed Comparison

Unveiling new features: Windows 365 Boot for dedicated devices and more! | Windows in the Cloud

Explore the thrilling world of Windows 365 Boot for dedicated devices. Let’s discuss Windows Hello, support for Windows settings and battery redirection support, and more. Curious about the advantages of this new feature for commercial organizations? See demos of the end user and IT admin experiences!

Watch the episode here: Unveiling new features: Windows 365 Boot for dedicated devices and more! | Windows in the Cloud

E.ON turns to Windows 365 to deliver a scalable, reliable, and modern cloud solution for flexible work

E.ON, one of Europe’s largest energy companies, boasts some 48 million international customers. As part of its drive to reduce on-premises infrastructure, E.ON chose Windows 365 to replace an existing on-premises virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solution that was difficult to scale and costly to maintain. By introducing Windows 365, E.ON empowered more employees to work from anywhere. The business simplified management with Microsoft Intune and supports Windows 11 on all Cloud PCs for a harmonized environment. E.ON will also evaluate Windows 365 Frontline to extend Cloud PC offerings to its call center workers.

Read the full article here: E.ON turns to Windows 365 to deliver a scalable, reliable, and modern cloud solution for flexible work

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Weekly Newsletter – 18th of November to 24th of November 2023

Welcome to the hundred-and-seventeenth (117th) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight…

Weekly Newsletter – 10th December to 16th December 2022

Welcome to the seventy-first (71st) Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly…

Weekly Newsletter – 8th to 12th November 2021

Welcome to the Fifteenth (15th) Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly…

Weekly Newsletter – 5th to 11th of August 2023

Welcome to the hundred-and-second (102nd) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter!…

Weekly Newsletter – 13th of April 2024 to 19th of April 2024

Welcome to the hundred-and-thirty-seventh (137th) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight…

Weekly Newsletter – 11th of March to 17th of March 2023

Welcome to the Eighty-fourth (84th) Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly…