The latest news from Microsoft is that Intune and Windows 365 Cloud PC is Reaching New Heights in Terms of Enterprise Adoption. There is news coming out from Microsoft’s Q3 earning call that the Cloud business is roaring, and Surface and other PCs business are not doing very well.
Windows 365 Cloud PC Microsoft’s cloud-based VDI solution for personalized desktops. There are reports that 1/3 of the Enterprise customer base has bought Windows 365 Cloud PC service. This is a very significant number, as per Mark Hachman from PCWorld.
Intune and Enterprise Mobility installed base grew 15% nearly about 250 million seats. These are astonishing numbers for Intune, and we can get the same. The Enterprise Mobility category is not only Intune products, but there are other products that come under this category.
Also, as part of Microsoft’s 2023 Q3 earning announcement, Windows OEM revenue decreased by 28%, and Devices revenue decreased by 30%. Even Microsoft Teams is touching new heights with 300M monthly active users.
|Windows Cloud PC||Intune/Enterprise Mobility|
|1/3 of Microsoft’s Enterprise Customers purchased Windows 365 Service||Growth is 15%|
|The install base is nearly about 250 million|
Windows 365 Cloud PC – New Heights
As per Microsoft’s Q3 2023 earnings, Windows 365 Cloud PC is Reaching New Heights in Terms of Enterprise Adoption. As per Mark Hachman:
“Record monthly active Windows devices and usage compared to pre-pandemic. A third of Microsoft’s enterprise customer base has bought Microsoft’s cloud-delivered Windows 365 service to date. (That’s a pretty big number!)”
As per the IDC research reports, Microsoft Desktop as a Service solution (Windows 365 Cloud PC) is positioned in the Leaders category. This also indicates that more and more enterprise customers are adopting this Windows 365 Cloud PC solution. Report Source: 2022–2023 IDC MarketScape for worldwide desktop as a service.
Intune Adoption is Reaching New Heights
Intune adoption is reaching new heights along with other Enterprise Mobility technologies, as per Microsoft’s Q3 earnings report. As per Brad Sam‘s tweet, Enterprise Mobility installed base grew 15% to nearly 250 million seats.
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