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RuskinF

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Windows Virtual Desktop
« on: October 21, 2019, 02:19:19 PM »
Recently, I found out that Windows had launched it's virtual desktop.
Is the Azure platform ready to host a https://www.apps4rent.com/windows-virtual-desktop-azure?
Or Will there be any inconsistencies in the hosted experience?
Any suggestions would be helpful.
« Last Edit: October 29, 2019, 11:05:08 AM by RuskinF »

markwilson

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Re: Windows Virtual Desktop
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2021, 12:49:20 PM »
In today's world, it's vital for businesses to enable remote work for their teams but, for many, simply buying additional hardware outside of a desktop PC isn't possible.
That's where a Windows Virtual Desktop can help.
It may sound complicated, setting up a Windows Virtual Desktop in Azure can enable your employees to continue working, as if on their office desktop, on any device. Removing the need for additional business hardware, a Windows Virtual Desktop empowers you to provide a secure, productive experience in a changing world.

Below are some key benefits Windows Virtual Desktop can bring to your business.
Enable secure and productive remote work on any device

 Windows Virtual Desktop provides full Windows 10 and Windows Server desktop and application virtualization on any personal device, from any internet-connected location.
Seamless integration with Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise and Microsoft Teams helps end users be productive with the desktop experience they expect.

 Reduce costs of licensing and infrastructure

 Use eligible Windows or Microsoft 365 licenses to access Windows Virtual Desktop and pay only for what you use.
Maximize use of your virtual machines through the exclusive Windows 10 multi-session capability, which enables multiple concurrent users.

Protect against outages to stay productive

 Help keep your team running during outages by leveraging built-in Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup technologies.
Mitigate downtime and prepare for planned maintenance with personalized alerts and guidance through Azure Service Health.

I hope this information will be helpful!
Mark Wilson