Reportedly, Microsoft (MSFT) seeking to roll out its Windows Cloud PC desktop-as-a-service, a Wall Street analyst says. The desktop-as-a-service offering could be announced at a Microsoft partner conference in July, informed Jefferies analyst Brent Thill. The tech giant first disclosed its Cloud PC project in July 2020. The product is built on top of Windows Virtual Desktop. Cloud PC to offer both operating system and productivity applications on a subscription basis, as per reports.
Windows Cloud PC could be Microsoft’s “next killer platform,” stated Jefferies analyst Brent Thill.
Microsoft unveiled its Windows 11 personal computer operating system on June 24, and it will be available this holiday season as an upgrade for eligible Windows 10 PCs and on new PCs.
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