Virtual Desktop is the only cloud-based service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience, optimized for Office 365 ProPlus—which means you can deliver a virtual desktop experience and remote apps to any device with cost advantages previously only possible with server-based virtualization. Here’s all you need to know about WVD.
Windows Virtual Desktop intro
Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running on the cloud. It is the only service that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus, and support for Remote Desktop Services environments. With Virtual Desktop, you can deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes, with built-in security and compliance.
Virtual Desktop creates best-in-class productivity across various devices and platforms. In this video, learn what these features can do for you and how they are important in an ever-changing work environment.
Benefits of Windows Virtual Desktop
More organizations are using virtual environments to increase productivity and save money. Learn about the benefits of Virtual Desktop.
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Empower employees for secure remote work with Windows Virtual Desktop
Virtual desktops are not new, but the need for improved user experience and cost savings spurred innovation with Virtual Desktop on the Azure platform. Access this article to learn why you’ll have increased infrastructure resiliency, scalability, and reduced costs when you migrate on-premises servers to Azure.
Virtual desktops can provide great security to organizations and allow remote employees to access confidential organizational data safely. Learn how Virtual Desktop makes your workflow secure in addition to optimizing services.
Enable remote work faster with new Windows Virtual Desktop capabilities
Virtual Desktop meets the needs of an increasingly distributed and remote workforce. Organizations of all sizes have had to quickly shift focus and support users who need to stay connected from new locations and devices. Learn what new capabilities Virtual Desktop added to make remote work more efficient and secure.
The world has changed dramatically due to the global health crisis. Organizations have had to quickly shift focus and give users remote access to their corporate desktops and important applications. Many have turned to Virtual Desktop, built on Azure, to quickly provision and scale virtual desktops and applications faster than was previously possible.
Security and Windows Virtual Desktop
This infographic outlines the security and Virtual Desktop benefits:
- Identity and Access
- Network security
- Data protection
- Data privacy
- Threat defense
- Compliance programs and certifications
Leverage this infographic to help articulate the value of Virtual Desktop.
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Azure Cloud Desktop on Surface
This infographic explains how Virtual Desktop allows the user to virtualize desktop and apps—then deliver those resources seamlessly to end users. It also lists the benefits of Azure Cloud Desktop on Surface. Please contact Communication Square LLC for more information about Azure Cloud Desktop on Surface.
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Cloud Security and Windows Virtual Desktop
Keeping your work secure is paramount. Virtual Desktop can help. Learn the protocols Microsoft takes to ensure data privacy, network protection, and more.
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Microsoft makes it easier to get started with Windows Virtual Desktops
With a massive shift from working in-office to working remotely, Microsoft made updates to make it effortless for users to work with Virtual Desktop. Learn what steps Brad Anderson, Vice President for Microsoft 365, and his team took to make the program easier for customers to use.
Microsoft is improving the Virtual Desktop management experience, Teams, and more. Microsoft continues to make changes to improve the overall Windows Virtual Desktop experience for users—those working remotely and in-office. Check out the new features and what’s next for Windows Virtual Desktop here.
This blog outlines the latest Microsoft 365 updates that make life easier for the IT admins who help provision and manage corporate Windows and Mac machines.
Windows Virtual Desktop on Surface
This extended article revisits and expands upon the features and benefits described in the first paper asset. A full page of security benefits using Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is included. Another feature noted is how WVD is hosted on Azure, providing Surface devices access to enhanced resources for AI computer and graphics-intensive workloads. For more information about Windows Virtual Desktop and Microsoft Surface with Windows 10, contact us today.
This web link outlines Windows Virtual Desktop, how it works, and the devices it works with. It highlights Microsoft Surface devices as the ideal tools to use with WVD. To learn more, please contact Communication Square LLC today.
Windows Virtual Desktop on Modern Devices
This eBook provides a detailed look for IT administrators at the advantages of combining Windows 10 devices, especially Microsoft Surface computers, with Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). WVD helps customers meet increasingly complex business and security requirements, including multi-layered security, compliance with industry/privacy regulations, support for an elastic workforce, and business continuity. Using WVD with Microsoft Surface laptops, 2-in-1s, and all-in-one devices provides unique benefits, such as redirecting keyboard/touchscreen/pen input to the virtual host for greater security, offline local file syncing when network connectivity is lost, and much more. For more information about Windows Virtual Desktop and Microsoft Surface with Windows 10, read the paper and contact us today.
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Why Integrated Technology Systems is choosing Windows Virtual Desktop for their customers
Customers have been asking for a user-friendly Remote Desktop Service for years, and Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is it. As the only affordable virtual desktop solution that allows you to deploy a native Windows 10 experience, it’s been identified as one of the biggest partner opportunities in 2020. Read more in this blog post.
Why choose Windows Virtual Desktop?
This infographic identifies the top six reasons to choose WVD: platform of your choice, Windows differentiation, enhanced protocol, containerized User Profiles, native Office 365 performance, and Teams enhancements.
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Why Trust Windows Virtual Desktop?
Quickly deploy virtual desktops and apps to enable secure remote work. Microsoft continues to invest in cybersecurity research and development and makes changes to improve the overall Windows Virtual Desktop experience for employees. Learn how this program can be a tool to keep your workload safe.
Setting up Virtual Desktop enables users to increase productivity and security. Learn how you can develop and scale your products and services on demand with Virtual Desktop.
QuickStart Guide to Windows Virtual Desktop
Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the cloud. It’s the only virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimizations for Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, and support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environments. Deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes and get built-in security and compliance features.
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Watch these short videos to get up and running with Virtual Desktop. Eight videos each with a specific How-to in their titles—watch them all or only the ones you need.
Get all the tools and resources you need to migrate your apps, data, and infrastructure at your own pace with confidence. In the video, learn how Virtual Desktop expands capabilities with the best virtualized end-user experience.
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