Free White Paper
On September 30, 2019, Microsoft released its long-awaited Azure service for provision of Windows desktops and thereby entered the desktop virtualization market.
With the cloud-based Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) service, virtual desktops and applications can be deployed to any device, regardless of its location. The cloud service enables organizations to deploy Windows 10 multi-session and offers advanced security updates for Windows 7, all of which are arguments for using Windows Virtual Desktop.
But why should businesses prepare and what do they need to consider when providing their employees with a modern workplace from the cloud?
This whitepaper helps companies planning the move to Microsoft’s Azure service and deals with topics such as:
- Is Windows Virtual Desktop GDPR compliant?
- How is Windows Virtual Desktop licensed?
- What needs to be considered when migrating existing desktops?
- How does Windows Virtual Desktop printing work?