Microsoft May Launch a Cloud PC Service This Summer

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Microsoft may be planning to launch its rumoured cloud PC service as early as this summer. According to industry sources, Microsoft will sell the new service as a managed Microsoft 365 experience at a flat price per user.

With Cloud PC, users will be able to access a Windows desktop and remotely use software such as Microsoft Office. This could be an easy way for businesses to set up employees with basic hardware and manage their Windows 10 network with Cloud PC. It could also prove attractive to users who frequently switch between devices and want to access the same desktop everywhere.

For more information, read the original story in Engadget

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