Windows Virtual Desktop is the only virtual desktop interface (VDI) that supports multiple sessions of Windows 10, is optimized with Microsoft 365 Apps, and therefore is compatible with RDS settings.
Windows 10’s multi-session functionality allows many users to log in at once, making it feasible to use Windows 10 as a host machine with desktop sessions.
Through secure desktops accessible from any device, this technology helps enterprises save money and time and decrease risk while enabling employees to work productively and safely from anywhere.
Contrarily, it was formerly restricted to Windows Server operating systems. Microsoft 365 Apps may now be virtualized by businesses and enhanced to function in multi-user sessions.
Microsoft 365 Apps may now be virtualized by businesses and enhanced to function in multi-user sessions. Manage your environment by assigning roles using built-in delegated access, gathering diagnostic data to comprehend different configurations or user failures, and leveraging Azure’s diagnostics service to diagnose issues.
Through user and identity management, network policies, picture, app, and profile management, Windows Virtual Desktop on Windows facilitates governance and device control.
In addition, manage the user density, scaling policies, and virtual machine sizing. Visit our blog for more information about Windows Virtual Desktop on Azure.
Windows Virtual Desktop Security and Regulation Use Cases
Organizations may benefit from Windows Virtual Desktop in a number of ways. Data can be made, for instance, to remain inside the Virtual Desktop context.
End-users can bring their own devices by using compliance controls, which prevent end-users like salespeople or corporate leaders from downloading data from the virtual desktop environment to a personal computer.
Although banking and financial firms are particularly popular with this compliance control, all companies need to govern data and security.
Similarly, remote employees who need strong access, such as CAD designers or producers, may do so easily and without the need for strong workstations.
IT departments and software developers control new software testing through a virtual desktop. Since the software runs on VMware, IT may easily generate a new machine if something goes wrong or it can harm a file system. This is a fantastic solution for organization development teams in particular.
Purchases and Mergers
A business purchase must be completed quickly. Instead of investing a lot of money and effort on new hardware, use Virtual Desktop to access each other’s infrastructure while you work together to integrate.
Recovery from disasters and business continuity
Virtual Desktops may make or break a corporation regarding business continuity and disaster recovery. Employees can utilize a personal home computer with secure workspaces from any device while maintaining security and controls and ensuring devices are updated and patched.
WVD enables organizations to save money and time by avoiding the requirement to provide employees with company-owned laptops or devices for reasons including short-term or seasonal employment and the necessity for many employees to work from home.
Cost savings in IT
Spend less by avoiding pricey hardware, software, and licensing. Instead, centralize maintenance and supply for your workers remotely. Costs associated with hardware, licensing, and ongoing device maintenance can be reduced thanks to Windows Virtual Desktop.
The Windows Virtual Desktop service also offers a multi-cloud implementation, enabling administrators to manage their resources across several clouds. Different clouds can host resources that have geography, performance, and reliability advantages.
The console is practical and simple to operate. Everything is accessible without providing administrators or help desk employees with too many options.