Is it Time for a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure?
Most businesses have come to recognize workforce productivity is the same, or even better, when done remote. In fact, many businesses have decided to give their employees the option to continue working remote even after the pandemic passes and life returns somewhat back to normal. Because remote workforces are here to stay, many of these enterprises are likely to adopt platforms such as Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI).
To gain access to the systems and applications needed to do our jobs, we grow more dependent on cloud platforms and virtual machines, which can be accessed from anywhere, at any time, by any device. A user has exactly the same experience with a virtual desktop, as they would with their traditional PC. You will no longer have the cost of purchasing, setting up, deploying, and securing physical hardware.
Windows Virtual Desktop(WVD) is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the Azure cloud. This platform can bring together Microsoft 365 and Azure to provide users with a multi-session Windows 10 experience, which includes scaling and reduced IT costs. Another huge benefit of WVD is sensitive company data is never transferred out of the company’s control structure because any data transfers are merely between Azure cloud instances. Microsoft Azure is the most secure cloud there is, with built-in protection from Azure Firewall, Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel, and Microsoft Defender ATP.
2W Tech is a technology service provider and Microsoft Gold Partner. Give us a call today to learn more about if Windows Virtual Desktop could be the right solution for your business.
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