Microsoft will talk about the features of Windows 11 for hybrid work on April 5

Microsoft has announced a new event called "Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work". It will take place on April 5 and will be aimed at enterprise customers. Microsoft is expected to talk about the future of hybrid work and how Windows can be even more useful for business.

According to the official website, the key part of the event will be hosted by Panos Panay, head of Windows & Devices. Most likely, he will talk about security, productivity and management features of Windows. Microsoft will make it more efficient to use and deploy Windows in the workplace. The official website comes with the following statement.

See the Future of Hybrid Work, Powered by Windows.
Excitement builds for Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work.

Join Panos Panay, Windows Executive Vice President & Chief Product Officer, and dive into the exciting future of hybrid work. Find out how Windows propels the business of our customers forward from the client to the cloud.

Plus, three break-out sessions demo Windows tools for productivity and collaboration, management, and security.

The event will be held in a virtual format on Tuesday, April 5 at 8am PT / 11am ET/18:00 Moscow time.

While Microsoft held a Windows 11 virtual event last year, it didn't focus on enterprise versions of the OS. It was fully aimed at consumers. Of course, Windows 11 has a number of enterprise editions, but it is only now when Microsoft will focus on their features. That's because corporations tend to move to a new version of the OS after about a couple of years after its release.



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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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