Windows Virtual Desktop - Understanding the virtual environment


Published February 2021


Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) has gained popularity with the increase in remote workers and working from home employees. VDI has been around for more than a decade, but it is in 2020 where we saw a spike in VDI users. And it is going to be a common trend moving forth as a hybrid workforce has become a new norm.

Simpler IT management, better security control, and costs savings from owning and operating IT equipment are some of the pushing factors for the adoption of VDI in organisations. Cloud VDI is a breakthrough from the traditional IT set up in many businesses where the employees have to be confined to their office or desktops.

VDI can come in various shapes and sizes. It can get overwhelming if you don’t know what you are looking for. At Tech Data and Microsoft, we have a team of experts who can help you discover what VDI you need.

Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) provides the best-in-class virtual desktop experience, delivered on Azure. Optimized for Office 365 applications, WVD offers a frictionless transition to move to the Cloud. And with up-to-date security features, your important apps and data is well protected.

Want to find out more and understand how WVD can benefit your organization? Get in touch with Tech Data for a discovery session to learn more!

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