Welcome to the seventy-fourth (74) Windows 365 Community newsletter!
We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC. 

Let’s have a look at what’s new this week.

Welcome to our latest Windows 365 MVP

Congratulations to our latest Windows and Devices for IT MVP, Davina Armstrong-Cruz. She has been recognized for her outstanding Windows 365 contributions!

Welcome to the club 👏

Read about the MVP program here: Most Valuable Professional

Why Windows 365?

David Brookon has written a great blog post about Windows 365 and why it’s a hot topic.

Windows 365 and Cloud PCs can benefit organizations in many ways, from onboarding users in remote locations to exploring an Azure AD Join strategy without requiring complex setups of multiple physical machines, VMs, etc.

Read the post by David here: Why Windows 365?

Disrupt 2023 in Munich, Germany.

Meet Scott Manchester and Christiaan Brinkhoff at Disrupt 2023 in Munich, Germany, and hear more about Windows 365 Cloud PCs, Cloud VDI, and how these will change the workplace experience.

Register today with a discount code in the video from Scott here: Disrupt 2023 in Munich, Germany.

Windows 365 provides stability and redirects power back to the employees

Maybe you haven’t heard about Monjasa. But the Danish established oil and shipping company is among the six largest marine fuels groups in the world in a fragmented commodities market characterized by little transparency and a low degree of digitization. With its ambitious digital transformation, Monjasa is becoming a technological frontrunner for the benefit of the shipping value chain. The key to success? Giving back power to the employees enabled by Windows 365.

Read more here: Windows 365 provides stability and redirects power back to the employees

Windows 365 networking deployment options

You have two options for network deployment of the Windows 365 service:

  • Use a Microsoft-hosted network
    • Recommended option.
    • Ideal for the Windows 365 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) features of simplicity, reliability, and scalability.
    • Supports the Azure Active Directory join identity model.
    • No requirement for an Azure subscription or expertise.
  • Use Azure Network Connections (ANC)
    • Supports both Azure AD join and hybrid Azure AD join identity models.

Read more here: Windows 365 networking deployment options

Windows in the Cloud: Episode 205

Modernize Enterprise Print Management via Microsoft Universal Print and Windows 365. Learn how Microsoft 365 Cloud service Universal Print eliminates the need for on-premises infrastructure and enables IT to manage printers directly through a centralized portal.

Join us at 8:00 AM PT on January 18 here: Windows in the Cloud: Episode 205

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