Microsoft offers tips to secure Windows 365 Cloud PCs


Microsoft has issued some tips to protect those who are using Windows 365 Cloud PCs and here are some details-

1.) First, Microsoft is asking its Windows 365 Enterprise Customers to follow standard Win 10 practices that include admin privileges only to those eligible.

2.) It is also urging its 365 customers to download and install Microsoft Endpoint Manager and leverage Microsoft Defender to secure endpoints, including those PCs using cloud services.

3.) Using multifactor authentication (MFA) and user sign-in risk mitigation service is also being recommended.

Coming to the benefits offered to MS 365 customers, the list is as follows-

a.) Customers using Windows Pro are directly eligible to qualify for a discount price on all Windows 365 business plans.

b.) Also, these customers will not need any kind of licensing when they access Windows 10 Enterprise or Microsoft Enterprise Manager with Windows 365 Enterprise Edition.

Now to those who are busy finding the difference between Microsoft 365 Business and 365 Enterprise plan, here’s a piece of info that might interest you.

Basically, the difference in two plans is the number of users offered. Office 365 Business users can be shared up to 300 users, and Office 365 Enterprise usage can be shared with unlimited users.

Under certain conditions, Office 365 business users can share and mix with the enterprise plans as well. And those interested in using Office 365 plans for free, you can do so, if in case, you are a student, staff or faculty member. Just use your office email account and avail the service for free. And others can also avail the service for free till 28 calendar days.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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