Perhaps for those with genuine high speed, affordable network connections Windows 365-cloud-based computing has value.
For those lacking such connections, this may not add value.
I am not yet seeing significant value for myself.
The advantages to this approach include lower maintenance costs, higher resistance to cyberattacks and malware, faster provisioning, less downtime for PC failures, easier patching, less disruptive, updates and far easier shifts to and from work-from-home. Also, you should be better able to share content collaboratively because you can build that sharing more aggressively into apps.
Among the disadvantages: additional costs (yet to be determined), more dependency on the network, higher latency (whichc ould adversely impact some types of work), and more aggravation due to the use of dual-factor authentication. (The latter will be critical to securing Windows 365.)
Rather than buying a PC and some software, you’ll be expected to buy some hardware and then pay a monthly subscription fee forever.
If you stop paying the monthly fee, do you lose access to your data?