Windows 365, your Cloud PC | What it is, how it works, and how to set it up

Windows 365 is your PC in the cloud. Securely stream your personalized Windows experience, including your desktop, apps, settings, and content, at any time to any device. For IT, see how easy it is, as a fully-managed service, to assign…

Windows 365, your Cloud PC | What it is, how it works, and how to set it up

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Windows 365 is your PC in the cloud. Securely stream your personalized Windows experience, including your desktop, apps, settings, and content, at any time to any device. For IT, see how easy it is, as a fully-managed service, to assign and configure Cloud PCs using familiar tools like Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Given the need to work remotely and securely, there has been a huge demand for cloud based solutions in the past year. Windows 365 modernizes the way Windows experiences are delivered for anyone on any device. It’s a premium experience for both end users and IT. It’s easy to use, and just as easy for IT to manage using familiar tools and processes. Scott Manchester, Partner Director of PM for Windows 365, joins Jeremy Chapman to show how it works and how to set it up.

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 – Introduction
01:08 – User experience
05:39 – Admin experience: Deployment
09:01 – Monitor health and performance
11:16 – Security and compliance
13:11 – Wrap up

► Link References:
Get started at https://www.microsoft.com/Windows365
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