Until now, Microsoft has offered cloud PC access through Windows 365 to large organizations whose employees mostly work in their offices. However, the way people do their work, even in large businesses, has changed over the past few years. More and more people are working from home or they work in multiple locations.
Today, Microsoft announced a solution to the growing list of remote workers who may need access to cloud PCs. It is called Windows 365 Frontlineand it’s now available in a limited public preview.
With Windows 365 Frontline, we’re introducing an easy and affordable way for organizations to extend the power and security of cloud PCs to shift workers. Windows 365 Frontline Cloud PCs give these employees access to their personal Windows apps, settings and data, helping them save time and increase efficiency, and allow them to work from anywhere and on any device. free for It offers new features for IT admins to better empower frontline workers.
Microsoft says that companies that purchase one license for Windows 365 Frontline can share that license with up to three workers. This allows companies that employ remote workers at different times of the day to avoid having to pay a license for each employee. Companies can also add features that will automatically log a worker out of Windows 365 Frontline when their shift is complete, or log a worker out if they forget to sign off.
Microsoft has also added more support for Windows 365 on more devices. Users can sign into the service on Motorola’s Android smartphones. More interestingly, they can also sign in from Windows 365. LG’s 2023 Smart Televisions. Those owners can work on these big-screen TVs with the help of a Bluetooth-connected keyboard and mouse.
Companies interested in signing up for Windows 365 Frontline Sign up for the public preview.. There’s no word on when it will be generally available.
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