Microsoft on Monday announced its Azure Virtual Desktop AVD service, which is the new name for its existing Windows Virtual Desktop WVD service. Windows Virtual Desktop, commercially launched in September 2019 , lets organizations remotely access true Windows 10 and Windows 7 desktops, as well as applications, which are hosted in virtual machines VMs on Microsoft Azure datacenters. This virtual desktop infrastructure VDI approach brings the benefits of centralized management and the option to...

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