By Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft | | Topic: Virtualization Microsoft is rebranding its Windows Virtual Desktop WVD service as Azure Virtual Desktop. At the same time, the company is introducing a new ISV per user pricing option and taking the wraps off a bunch of new manageability and security features coming soon. WVD, an Azure based service, enables users to virtualize their Windows desktop, Office apps, and other third party applications by running them remotely in Azure virtual...

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