Microsoft is planning to offer an enterprise-level backup solution to Windows 10 users, the company announced today.
The company’s Cloud Hub for Windows, a new feature that lets users keep all their data in one place on the Microsoft Azure cloud, will work across all platforms, including Windows 10, Windows Server, Windows Phone, and Linux, Microsoft said.
The new feature is available now in Windows 10 and is already being tested on a number of Windows devices.
The Microsoft Cloud Hub offers cloud storage and backup, as well as support for Microsoft Edge.
Cloud Hub is similar to the Microsoft OneDrive app for Windows and Microsoft Office 365.
It will allow users to backup their Microsoft accounts, files, calendars, and more.
Cloud users can use the app to:The Cloud Hub can backup Microsoft accounts and documents, including Office 365 and Exchange.
The Cloud can also store data in Microsoft Azure on any of Microsoft’s supported devices.
Users can also use the Cloud Hub to:Microsoft Cloud Hub is available on Windows 10 devices, including the Surface RT, Surface Pro 4, Surface Laptop, Surface Book, and Surface Pro.
Users of Windows 10 can now access cloud storage in Windows Server 2019, the first operating system to support Microsoft Cloud.
The feature is currently only available for Windows Server.
Microsoft’s Cloud is also available to Windows Insiders on Windows Azure, Windows 10 Pro, Windows Insignia, and Windows 10 Enterprise.
Microsoft has announced plans to add support for cloud-enabled Windows 10 PCs to its Azure cloud.
Microsoft says the Cloud is available to existing customers and to new customers who sign up for the Microsoft Cloud service.
It is also coming to iOS and Android.
Microsoft also plans to roll out cloud-optimized versions of Windows to devices that do not support the Cloud.
Microsoft is rolling out the cloud-native versions of several Windows 10 apps, including Cortana, the Windows Store app, the Universal Windows Platform app, and the Office apps.
Microsoft has previously said it will roll out the Windows 10 cloud-integrated apps to the Windows Insider program.