Posts Tagged ‘Virtual Desktop Infrastructure’

Microsoft’s Desktop Virtualization: Windows Virtual Desktop is here

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

A multi-session win 10 desktop Virtualization experience for users has been around for a while with Windows Virtual Desktop. In addition to this, Windows Virtual Desktop provides simplified management, optimizations for Office 365 Pro Plus and also supports Windows Server Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktops. The introduction of Windows Virtual Desktop from Microsoft has lessened the burden of deployment and scaling of Windows desktops and apps on Azure. It’s your personal cloud desktop.

Microsoft’s developers have worked over and made significant changes to virtual desktop infrastructure and the initial architecture of desktop Virtualization to provide a smooth deployment and management experience to IT pros. This also simplifies app delivery since it uplifts the permanent installation requirement of MSIX packaged apps and allows them to be dynamically “attached” to a virtual machine. It makes things faster, gives fewer burdens to the storage and provides the admin a smoother management and updating experience.

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Why is Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) gaining popularity

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

 

Desktop as a Service

Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) you heard it right. No, it’s not the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure that we are talking about today, its Desktop-As-a-Service. With technology innovating the norms around us, Desktops are offered as a Service too!

So, what exactly is DaaS? In reality, Desktop-as-a-Service is kind of virtual computing where employees are able to access their desktop environment on any device and it is stored in the cloud. Hence, the work environment along with data is available for access from anywhere!

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