Cloud PC it could arrive next July 15th during the Inspire virtual conference. Since last year there has been talk of the company’s interest in developing a virtualized operating system built on the basis of Windows Virtual Desktop (now called Azure Virtual Desktop, AVD) and the wait could be over soon.
Cloud PC, the new virtualized OS from Microsoft is coming?
The operating system could guarantee companies of run Windows and Microsoft 365 cloud services, both on PC and on thin client, with distribution through Azure and management by Microsoft. Unlike AVD, which is billed based on consumption, Cloud PC can be purchased with a flat subscription, at a fixed price based on the number of users.
Cloud PC it was expected for the spring of 2021, however to date it has not yet been formalized by Microsoft. Development on the service has not stalled, however, according to ZDNet insider Mary Jo Foley, who recently wrote that the company is preparing for launch at the Inspire conference. Specifically, a session entitled “What’s Next in End-User Computing” scheduled for July 15 describes the “latest Microsoft cloud solution to enable hybrid work”. It is therefore likely that we are talking about Cloud PC.
Foley adds another gem: to present the session there will be Scott Manchester who, according to internal sources, would have worked on the new service known internally as Deschutes. According to some rumors Cloud PC would already be in the private test phase with some third parties, and Microsoft would have thought of different subscription options depending on the customer’s specific requests. In short, the wait should be almost over, and it will be interesting to see how Microsoft will structure the new service, and what its specifications will be.
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