Windows 365, the cloud-based PC experience, was launched a few weeks ago with all of the small print you’d expect…except the plan and pricing details. Microsoft is back with an update that today, revealing what proportion it’ll cost for a user to access Windows 365, also because of the various options available.
As previously announced, Windows 365 went live for business and enterprise customers today, August 2. With the official availability of the cloud-based service comes the pricing and plan options. Counting on needs and plan, Windows 365 are often had for $20/month up to $162/month per user.
Microsoft offers Windows 365 under two different categories: Business and Enterprise. Business customers will save a touch on the monthly subscription price if they need the Windows Hybrid Benefit discount, taking, for instance, the most cost-effective plan from $24/month to $20/month.
The $20/month plan gets the customer a cloud-based system with 64GB of storage, a 1 vCPU, and 2GB of RAM. the two vCPU plans start at $28/month, the 4 vCPU plans at $66/month, and therefore the 8 vCPU plans at $132/month. The highest-tier plan at $158/month ($162 without the discount) offers 32GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
The new plan options come amid an enormous change in what percentage of people work, helping companies embrace the safety needs accompanying remote-working and hybrid-working environments. In addition, because Windows 365 is cloud-based, users can access their PC on whatever device they need, including a MacBook or iPad.
Users get many of the advantages you’d expect from the Windows experience, including personalized settings and apps, while companies enjoy the management and security measures. Businesses don’t get to worry about losing a PC, for instance, while cutting the prices related to providing contractors and hybrid-work employees with their work laptops.