COVID-19 has forced employees to work remotely over the past few months, resulting in increased demand for Windows Virtual Desktop, now called as Azure Virtual Desktop. Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) 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 has recently rebranded its virtual desktop infrastructure platform under the Azure name and announced several new security and management capabilities under preview. Microsoft’s VDI solution provides Windows 10 virtualization, along with multi-session Windows 10 capabilities, simplified management of hosts, applications, data, and enhanced security.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to migrate and retire your legacy desktop workloads and re-platform them into a cost-effective VDI service like AVD. You will hear:
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