Windows Virtual Desktop on Microsoft Azure enables secure remote work

Windows Virtual Desktop on Microsoft Azure enables secure remote work

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Today's unexpected times have witnessed great changes in the way businesses continue to manage operations and ensure continuity.

One of the major concerns, particularly in this era, is the efficient use of resources with minimum spending. Several businesses are looking for ways to cut costs and diversify operations, among other responses to the situation.

In this atmosphere of change, specifically in light of remote work, investing in cloud computing technology is ever-more important and can be a real game-changer for businesses for the many benefits it offers.

Microsoft Azure, one of the leading and fastest-growing cloud computing platforms, offers a holistic solution to businesses looking to use computing services on cloud technologies. Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services that offers computing, networking, databases, analytics, and Internet of Things (IoT) services.

One of the services delivered by Azure is Windows Virtual Desktop. This involves Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, a technology used to create a virtualized desktop environment on remote server setup.

This means that employees can access their virtual desktops remotely. Each user has their own virtual machine with all their data stored and that can be accessed from any device anywhere with an internet connection. This is made possible through Microsoft's trusted cloud - Azure.

With its robust built-in security, the Windows Virtual Desktop offers organizations a more efficient, productive, and secure desktop virtualization on Azure.

The service offers a fully-managed desktop virtualization solution in the cloud and is compatible with all your apps and devices.

Among the many benefits of this service are reduced costs of business operations as the approach separates your operating systems, data, and apps from local hardware, running them instead separately on a remote server. Moreover, businesses have greater flexibility to scale down the usage of Azure, and pay only for what they need.

One of the main benefits is that you can separate the computing environment from user devices which is great for businesses that want to ensure sensitive data is stored in the cloud and not on personal devices.

If you would like to find out more about how to accelerate your move to the cloud with Windows Virtual Desktop, you can register for a virtual event and learn how to get started quickly and securely.

You can learn about best practices and tools directly from the Microsoft team building the product, and know how it enables you to:

- Deploy the only multi-session Windows 10 virtual desktop experience.

- Quickly enable optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus in a virtualized environment. 

- Deploy and scale in minutes through the Azure platform. 

This virtual event includes live presentations by Microsoft executives and engineering teams followed by on-demand sessions.

Click here to register. For more information, email jabdeir@microsoft.com

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