Windows 365

Empower your workforce with secure access to their personalised desktop, applications and cloud services from any Cloud PC, with an ARO-optimised Windows 365 experience.

Upscaling your remote work provision

Enabling your people to work wherever they want, has become business critical as the popularity of hybrid working grows. Our Windows 365 solutions allow your people to easily connect with their work when logging in outside of your premises. This means they can start a piece of work in the office and then easily pick up again to finish it back in their home office.

Security, simplicity, scalability

Windows 365 Enterprise, Windows 365 Business or Windows 365 Frontline? We help you to select and deploy the optimal Microsoft Cloud PC experience for your organisation’s needs. This includes ensuring robust data security, configuring user settings and connecting applications (including Microsoft 365 integration). We also offer ongoing support to ensure a smooth, efficient, and scalable remote work experience. 

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We take the familiarity of the PC and the scalability of the Cloud and use Windows 365 to deliver the same seamless Windows experience whenever your people log in – in your office, at home or anywhere else.

Windows 365 is a cloud-based service offered by Microsoft that enables users to stream a Windows desktop operating system from the cloud to any compatible device, including PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones.

Windows 365 provides a virtualised desktop experience, allowing users to access their personalised Windows environment and applications from anywhere with an internet connection.

Windows 11 is the latest version of the Windows operating system, released by Microsoft for installation on traditional PCs and laptops. Windows 365, on the other hand, is a cloud-based service that streams a virtualised instance of Windows to users’ devices. While Windows 11 is installed locally on a device, Windows 365 provides a virtualised desktop experience and can be accessed from various devices via the cloud.

Windows 365 is licensed on a subscription basis, with pricing based on factors such as the chosen configuration (e.g., virtual hardware specifications), the number of users, and the desired service level (e.g., performance, storage). Organisations can select a subscription plan that aligns with their requirements and pay a recurring fee per user to access the service.

Non-licensing requirements for Windows 365 include a stable internet connection for accessing the virtualised desktop environment, compatible devices capable of running a supported web browser or remote desktop client, and sufficient system resources (e.g. processing power, memory) to handle the streaming of the Windows desktop from the cloud.

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