The Windows 365 ( Leaked ), PC cloud service subscription is the newest bet of Microsoft. But you won’t have to wait until next month to find out the value of the platform: the price of the Business plan was made public this Thursday (15). In response to the leak, the company said it would reveal more alternatives in August.
The value was revealed by Derek Gabriel. On his Twitter profile, he posted an image with features of the Windows 365 Business plan, which will have a monthly fee of US$31 per user (about R$160 indirect conversion). The modality, according to the tweet, will allow the registration of up to 300 users.
The option offers a processor with two virtual cores, 4 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage. Other services are part of the package, such as desktop apps from the Office productivity suite, Outlook, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams. Users will also have access to Visual Studio, Power BI, and Dynamics 365.
Microsoft to unveil more Windows 365 options
Sought out by ZDNet, Microsoft confirmed the value of the Business plan and said it would present more alternatives soon. “This is the price of just one SKU,” they stated. “We have a lot more options, both in terms of configurations and price ranges, to share when the product becomes available on August 2nd.”
Windows 365 was announced this Wednesday (14). The platform is a new subscription service that offers streaming from cloud PCs via browsers, the Remote Desktop app, and more. According to the company, the solution is based on Azure Virtual Desktop and offers an instant boot experience.
Microsoft said during the launch that prices would be revealed on August 2, 2021. At the time of hiring, consumers will have up to eight CPUs, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage. Two SKUs will be available: Business and Enterprise. Values will vary depending on the options selected.