You have to look at a couple of new features to see the cloud-like features:
-- New to Windows 10 is a nifty Task View which lets you create multiple, virtualized versions of the desktop, each populated with their own set of open apps. Of course, Apple has had this for years, but it’s finally making its way to the Windows PC. You can set up one desktop for work purposes and have another one for when you use your PC at home.
--Windows 10 has more stringent user identities built in for accessing devices, applications and even websites. Think of this as baking in two-factor authentication into the OS. One thing to keep in mind: You will have to setup Microsoft Live accounts for your users if they want this feature.