Welcome to the Twenty-ninth (29th) 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.
Key Signs You Need To Switch To Windows 365
In this blog post, Thomas Marcussen will go over Windows 365 and what exactly cloud computing is. – Microsoft is looking to take cloud computing to a whole other level through its Windows 365 Cloud PC. Cloud computing technology has seen tremendous growth in the last couple of decades.
Read the article from Thomas here: Key Signs You Need To Switch To Windows 365
YouTube: How to use Windows 365 Cloud PC Azure AD Join
Join Dean Ellerby and Simon Lee as they walk through configuring Windows 365 Cloud PC for Azure AD Join.
Watch the video here: How to use Windows 365 Cloud PC Azure AD Join
MS Docs: Windows 365 identity and authentication
The MS docs have been updated with the latest information about Windows 365 identity, authentication, and join types.
Read more here: Windows 365 identity and authentication
Enable Hybrid Work with Windows 365 Business
Join Zahid Saeed and Alessandro Podda to learn how Windows 365 Business combines the power and security of the cloud with the versatility and simplicity of the PC.
Read more here: Enable Hybrid Work with Windows 365 Business
Provision Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PC (Azure AD joined)
In this blog post, Hubert Maslowski will provision a Cloud PC that is Azure AD joined and with an existing connection to his on-premise network that he has setup last year by using a Site-to-Site VPN.
Read the article from Hubert here: Provision Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PC (Azure AD joined)
Announcing new Windows 365 resources for partners
Our guest contributor for this blog, Ryan Argall, is a Sr. Partner Marketing Manager in Modern Work. Ryan leads partner GTM strategy for the Modernize Endpoints category, including Windows 11, Windows 365, and Endpoint Manager.
Read the article from Ryan here: Announcing new Windows 365 resources for partners
Windows 365 Enterprise’s Exciting New Updates – Azure AD Join
In this blog post, Thomas Marcussen will dive into Windows 365 Enterprise and Azure AD Join. – When we talk about Azure AD joined devices we are referring to devices whose computer object is no longer stored in the on-premises Active Directory Domain Services environment.
Read the article from Thomas here: Windows 365 Enterprise’s Exciting New Updates – Azure AD Join
Enable the future of hybrid work for your customers with Windows 365
As we navigate the global pandemic and companies prepare for a return to the work environment, it’s clear that the way people work has evolved. The changing nature of the workforce means organizations have to contend with elastic, hybrid, and remote workforces in more ways than ever before.