🎅🎄Happy 22nd of December🎄🎅 and welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-first (121th) 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.

Windows 365: considerations for Privileged Access Workstation (PAW)

This is the fourth part of the Windows 365 series by Niklas Tinner. It showcases a use case with Windows 365: the Privileged Access Workstation (PAW).

Read the full blog post here: Windows 365: considerations for Privileged Access Workstation (PAW)

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint with Windows 365

In a post by Thomas Marcussen, he highlights that environmental issues are a topic of worldwide importance, often discussed at meetings involving global leaders and in corporate summits. He emphasizes the need for strategies to reduce our impact on the environment. According to Thomas, this responsibility is not limited to politicians but is equally crucial for business leaders.

Read the full blog-post here: Reduce Your Carbon Footprint with Windows 365

The Concept of Windows 365 Frontline

Sune Thomsen authored a blog post delving into the topic of Windows 365 Frontline. He clarifies that Windows 365 Frontline, which was released for general availability in July 2023, is distinct and should not be mistaken for the Microsoft 365 F1 or F3 licenses.

Read the full blog-post here: The Concept of Windows 365 Frontline

Windows 365 – Report – Cloud PC actions + PowerShell Report Download

Aresh Sarkari published a blog post focusing on Windows 365 Enterprise. He announced the introduction of reports for Cloud PC actions. In his latest post, Aresh details how to access and interpret these new reports available through Microsoft Intune.

Read the post by Aresh here: Windows 365 – Report – Cloud PC actions + PowerShell Report Download

As we draw close to the end of another year, we want to extend our warmest holiday greetings to all our W365 Community members. May the festive spirit of Christmas fill your hearts and homes with joy, peace, and happiness. We’re incredibly grateful for your continuous support, engagement, and invaluable contributions throughout the year.

As we wrap up this week’s newsletter, let’s remember to cherish these moments with loved ones and look forward to a new year filled with hope, innovation, and community spirit.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas! Stay connected, stay inspired. Stick around to get more exciting updates and discussions in the world of W365.

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