Nearly two years after the launch of Windows Virtual Desktop, Microsoft has announced significant changes to its platform. Among them, a new name and streamlined features for managed service providers.
Windows Virtual Desktop is a success story – even one with a happy ending for many companies that had to provide ad hoc home offices during the pandemic.
To address the demands of changing workplace scenarios, especially hybrid and remote workplaces, Microsoft now shared its vision of a cloud VDI platform for all these use cases in a blog post.
Microsoft is announcing a new pricing model and options for providing apps to external users, called Remote App Streaming, at the beginning of next year. With the new user-based pricing ($5.50 per external user), it will be easier for service providers to deliver apps as a service to their customers.
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Here’s a quick overview of what other features are already available or will be soon in the public preview of Azure Virtual Desktop:
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