Since then appeared first that Microsoft is working on a Windows 10 PC-as-a-Service product called Cloud PC, the community has been looking for new details online.
Website confirms Cloud PC uses Microsoft Graphia, a tool to help developers gather data from a variety of data Microsoft 365 sources. The backbone serves as a hub for “technical issues with Microsoft Graph’s Cloud PC APIs”.
Windows 10 Cloud PC
Information about Microsoft’s new Cloud PC service was first revealed last summer when ZDNet found a job description that included details about the project.
Basically, Cloud PC allows users to use the Windows 10 desktop and Office 365 software remotely using your own device a skinny customer. The service differs from Windows Virtual Desktop in that customers are charged a flat fee per user, unlike resource-based fees.
In February, it emerged that Microsoft is offering several different “service plans” according to the choice of the customers, each with different performance and storage capacity.
In a more recent job posting, Microsoft explained the new one Sky blue-based service “enables all users to be productive from anywhere, on any device with a cloud service, a secure and up-to-date Windows experience”.
“It also seamlessly enables terminal administrators to provide cloud services to computers and manage physical and virtual devices through a unified portal.”
The impact on businesses can be significant, allowing companies to cut both hardware costs and administrative burdens while still providing employees with the tools they need to be productive.
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