Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-third (123nd) 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.
Next-level Windows 365 Cloud PC Security with the Microsoft Intune Suite
It would be hard to name a better pairing than Windows 365 and Intune—at least that was the case before the launch of the new Microsoft Intune Suite. In this episode of Windows in the Cloud, get practical tips on how Microsoft Intune Suite solutions can help you achieve your security and productivity goals in Windows 365.
View the full youtube video here: Next-level Windows 365 Cloud PC security with the Microsoft Intune Suite | Windows in the Cloud
New Windows 365 Boot and Switch features in Public Preview
A new dedicated mode for Windows 365 Boot, now in public preview. You can now log in to your Windows 365 Cloud PC from your designated company-owned device. and much more:
Read the full announcement here: New Windows 365 Boot and Switch features in public preview
New book announcement: Securing Cloud PCs and Azure Virtual desktop
Evaluating Microsoft Entra ID Against Okta SSO Part 1: The Basics
Recently, Jon wrote about his experience using Okta MFA with Windows 365 and shared his insights on Reddit. As is often the case on such platforms, he received various responses, some questioning his choice of Okta when Microsoft Entra ID is available. In response to this feedback, Jon has decided to take an unbiased look at both Microsoft Entra ID and Okta SSO. His goal is to identify the most suitable solution for enterprise companies, taking into account factors such as cost. He plans to explore this topic in several categories. In the first part of his series, Jon will delve into the basics of both systems.
Read the full blog-post by Jon Towles here: Evaluating Microsoft Entra ID Against Okta SSO Part 1: The Basics
Mastering Microsoft Intune: Deploy Windows 11, Windows 365 via Microsoft Intune, Copilot and Advance Management via Intune Suite 2nd Edition
Get ready to master Microsoft Intune and revolutionize your endpoint management strategy with this comprehensive guide and and provide next-level security with the Intune Suite by Christiaan Brinkhoff and Per Larsen
Get the book here: Mastering Microsoft Intune
Windows 365 hands-on episode 3: Track Changes in your environment
In episode 3 we had the pleasure to welcome Niklas Tinner who will join Morten Pedholt exploring how to keep track of changes in a Windows 365 environment. Niklas Tinner have created a nice solution that you can utilize to make things even easier!
View the full episode here: Windows 365 hands-on episode 3: Track Changes in your environment
As we wrap up another exciting week in the Windows 365 Community, I’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all our contributors, readers, and the vibrant community that keeps the discussions lively and informative. Your insights, tips, and shared experiences are what make this newsletter a valuable resource for everyone interested in Windows 365.
Remember, your feedback and suggestions are always welcome, as they help us to improve and tailor the content to your interests and needs. If you’ve missed any of our past issues or want to revisit some of the topics we’ve covered, be sure to check out our newsletter archive.
Looking ahead, we’re excited to bring you more updates, expert opinions, and in-depth analyses in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for our next edition, and don’t forget to join our discussions on social media and our community forums.
Until next time, keep exploring, learning, and sharing your experiences with Windows 365. Here’s to another great week ahead!