Microsoft Is Said To Launch A Cloud PC Service This Summer

In a recent ZDNet post, it is speculated that this summer Microsoft is working on an Azure-powered service. This would enable users to remotely access a Windows desktop and use various programming such as Microsoft Office, mainly known as a Cloud PC.

This is a very useful function if you are the kind of person switching between computers and wishing to reach anything from the same desktop when connecting to a solid Internet. In addition, it enables businesses to control their digital infrastructure and Windows 10 networks through cloud computers.

As this service is run as an experience for Microsoft 365, there's a good flat price per customer, most possibly in various price levels for cloud computers, which would be a major factor in processors, memory, and storage.

More information about Cloud PCs is rumored to be revealed in late May at the upcoming Microsoft Build 2021 event.