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Microsoft announced new Windows 365 features for hybrid work

Microsoft held a big Windows event today, where it outlined not only new Windows features, but also where Windows is heading. The firm said that it wants to take advantage of both hardware and of the cloud, and it wants to put users first. That means that the goal is that you'd be able to...

Microsoft recaps new features for Microsoft 365 in February

As we approach the end of yet another month, Microsoft has shared an overview of all the changes and improvements made to the Microsoft 365 suite in February. The list of changes this month is relatively small, but there are still some welcome news here. Some of the biggest news this month have to do with...

Windows 11 is now available for all Windows 365 customers

It's Microsoft Ignite, the company's biggest event of the year. As usual, there's a ton of announcement, and there are a few that have to do with Windows 11, as you'd expect. Most notably, all Windows 365 subscribers can now use the new OS. You might recall that when Windows 365 was announced as basically...

Windows 365 can be used to expose Azure credentials in plain text

Windows 365 is less than two weeks old, but researchers are already finding security vulnerabilities in the service. Researcher Benjamin Delpy, creator of the mimikatz project, has found that it's possible to expose a user's Azure credentials in plain text while using Windows 365. The vulnerability does require administrative privileges to exploit, but it's still...

Windows 365 free trials paused temporarily due to “unbelievable response”

It didn't take very long. It was this Monday that Microsoft launched Windows 365, its cloud PC service announced in July. Just about one day later, though, the company had to pause free trials for the service. In its official Microsoft 365 Twitter profile, the company announced that it was seeing "significant demand" for Windows...

Windows 365 is now available, starting at $20 per user per month

Windows 365, Microsoft's Cloud PC subscription service, is available for businesses starting today. If you haven't heard, Windows 365 is a new subscription that lets users create virtual PCs in the cloud. This makes those PCs available to use on all kinds of devices, wherever the user is. It's only meant for companies, so you...

What’s the difference between Windows 11 and Windows 365?

Recently, Microsoft made two major Windows announcements. On June 24th, the company announced Windows 11, and earlier this month, we heard about Windows 365. Windows 10 was supposed to be the last version of Windows, and all of a sudden, we're getting two new ones? Not exactly. In this guide, we'll walk you through the...

Microsoft starts talking about Windows 365 pricing

This week at its Inspire 2021 partner conference, Microsoft announced Windows 365, its Windows 10 and Windows 11 subscription offering in the cloud. At the time, the company said that Windows 365 pricing would be made public when the service is available on August 2, but it did let one detail slip in a session. For...

Microsoft announces Windows 365, a subscription service for Windows 11 in the cloud

At its Inspire partner conference, Microsoft is announcing Windows 365. Indeed, it's exactly what it sounds like; it's a paid subscription service for Windows. But let's get one thing out of the way. It's not for consumers. This is a business product that's going to let you stream Windows 10 or Windows 11. It's like...