Originally announced at Microsoft Ignite earlier this year, the following new capabilities are now generally available for all Windows 365 Business customers:
This latest update began rolling out across the service this week, so keep a watch out for them if not already visible in your tenant today. You can also learn more about these capabilities in our live Windows in the Cloud webcast today, December 15th (available on demand shortly after) and get more technical details at the Windows 365 Business Getting Started documentation.
- Windows 11 support: Experience Windows 11 in the cloud on any device. Windows 365 Business provides a powerful, simple, and secure Windows 11 experience for your users.
- Enhanced admin capabilities: Benefit from new lifecycle management features, including setting the default operating system (OS) and account type for your users' devices at the organizational level, as well as device-level actions on individual Cloud PCs.
- Microsoft Graph API availability: Graph APIs are available for Windows 365 Business, so organizations can build additional capabilities and automation on top of the service.
New to Windows 365? Learn more about securely streaming your Windows experience to any device at the Windows 365 website.
Source: Windows 365 Business supports Windows 11 and enhanced admin capabilities