The US company is planning to launch a cloud computing services offering next year that will allow its customers to access its cloud-based services via Windows 10 devices.
In a blog post on the Azure website, Microsoft noted that it will be launching a new cloud computing platform with Windows 10 in early 2019, which it expects will include “a full cloud platform for Office 365, Azure SQL Database, Dynamics CRM, and Dynamics AX.”
It said the platform will be available to Windows 10 users for $49.99 per year and that it is currently running a pilot to demonstrate its capabilities.
The company said that its cloud computing offering will be made available to all users in the US “in a few weeks,” but that it has not set a date for launch.
Microsoft is aiming to launch the cloud computing system as soon as it gets its certification to run on Windows 10.
The launch of a Windows 10 cloud computing solution has been a long time coming for Microsoft, which has been pushing the idea of an enterprise-focused cloud platform that allows its customers access to its cloud services on any Windows 10 device.
The service was announced in October 2016 by the company as part of its Windows 10 anniversary event.
In February 2017, Microsoft launched a beta version of its cloud platform, Azure Cloud.
However, the company has since cut the beta program and said it would focus on a full release of Azure Cloud, the final version of which is expected to be released in the second half of this year.