Welcome to the hundred-and-fourteenth (114th) 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 hands-on episode 1: Configuring Provisioning Policy

Welcome to our new series on YouTube called “Windows 365 hands-on” 🥳

Episode 1: “Configuring Provisioning Policy” with Morten Pedholt and Ola Ström is now available, and in this episode, they will take you through the process of creating a provisioning policy to get started with Windows 365.

– Stay tuned for more episodes in the near future!

Watch the episode here: Windows 365 hands-on episode 1: Configuring Provisioning Policy

Higher configuration offerings available in Windows 365

The Windows 365 team has been making great strides in supporting higher configuration offerings to better support organizations that have applications with greater spec requirements. We have also been working to bridge the gap in core, memory, and storage options, particularly for those transitioning from other cloud platforms or physical devices. We are happy to announce that two new 16 vCPU offerings are now generally available in Windows 365.

Get more details here: Higher configuration offerings available in Windows 365

Windows 365: The easy intro

Niklas Tinner has written a great blog post about Windows 365.

Windows 365 brings the Windows experience to the cloud! – This means that Microsoft provides you a Cloud PC running Windows desktop in their datacenter, without the need to host it on your hardware. It is seamlessly integrated into Microsoft Intune and the Windows operating system, so you are enabled with ease.

Read the post by Niklas here: Windows 365: the easy intro

Automating Windows 365 Part 1 – Introducing Graph and setting up Visual Studio code

Niall and Paul are Enterprise Mobility MVPs, and they have started a new blog series about automating Windows 365.

This is Part 1 of a new series of guides which will cover managing Windows 365 Cloud PC’s using PowerShell and Microsoft Graph. This mini series should help you get started with automating and managing your Cloud PC’s using PowerShell via Microsoft Graph.

Read more here: Automating Windows 365 part 1 – Introducing Graph and setting up Visual Studio code

What’s new in Windows 365 Enterprise | Service Release 2310

Join Jon Towles when he walks you through what’s new in Windows 365 Enterprise. The Service Release 2310 includes some really cool new stuff like 16 Core CPCs and audit logs.

Watch the recording here: What’s new in Windows 365 Enterprise | Service Release 2310

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