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Windows Virtual Desktop is Changing Cloud Services
Initially, on-premise solutions were required for businesses to make any sort of remote work possible. This of course meant the labor cost associated with not only installing the necessary hardware, but the cost of its oversight as well.
When Microsoft announced a cloud-based version of its desktop service — which would be known as Windows Virtual Desktop, or WVD — it vastly altered the landscape of remote work.
Windows Virtual Desktop allows businesses to seamlessly set up and enable a secure remote work environment for entire teams. It opens up a whole new way to connect with a unique “bring-your-own-device” approach which allows users to connect remotely regardless of device type. This means that Windows, Mac, iOS, Android or any other device users with an HTML5 web client could connect to its business enterprise experience while also leveraging the Windows 10 multi-session advantage.
Reap the Benefits of Windows Virtual Desktop
Windows Virtual Desktop also offers several other crucial benefits. Some of the most impactful include: