Migrate Desktop Workloads to Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop

COVID-19 has forced employees to work remotely over the past few months, resulting in increased demand for Windows Virtual Desktop. Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is Microsoft’s desktop and app virtualization service that allow users to virtualize Windows 7 and 10, Microsoft 365 apps for the enterprise and other third-party applications by running them remotely in Azure VMs.

Microsoft rolled out the 'spring refresh' of WVD, which provides the best virtual desktop and application user experience on Azure. Microsoft’s VDI solution provides Windows 10 virtualization, along with multi-session Windows 10 capabilities, simplified management of hosts, applications, data, and enhanced security.

Join Abid Syed VP of Azure Practice at Cambay for a live webinar on Dec 15 at 1 PM CST to learn how to migrate and retire your legacy desktop workloads and re-platform them into a cost-effective VDI service like WVD. You will learn

  • Understand how virtualization can address business needs and how VDI service delivers compelling value
  • Evaluate Microsoft WVD architecture & licensing options
  • Migrate existing desktop workloads to Microsoft WVD
  • Realize cost optimizations, discounts, & benefits
  • Simplify deployment, management, and security

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