Is your organization exploring remote working technology? Do you want to provide your employees with the same desktop experience that they had on-premise, but with the flexibility that allows them to access that desktop from anywhere, and from any device? If the answer to either of these questions is 'yes', now's the time to look into Windows Virtual Desktop.
Windows Virtual Desktop, a fully Cloud-based comprehensive desktop and application virtualization service provided by Microsoft and powered by Azure, provides secure virtual desktop infrastructure for your organization’s end-users.
Not only does Windows Virtual Desktop provide your employees with a convenient and secure way to access the data they depend on to do their jobs, but organizations are seeing that the flexible and scalable option of having Virtual Desktop Infrastructure in place can significantly reduce their overall costs, both capital and operational!
Switching to Windows Virtual Desktop can remove the need for on-premise equipment, and can provide a more cost-friendly option for your organization.
With a Cloud-based virtual infrastructure, you'll save on hardware costs, software licensing costs, and long-term maintenance and replacement costs for your on-premise equipment, and, because WVD is based on Azure consumption, you only pay for what you consume.
Windows Virtual Desktop is hosted in Microsoft Azure, a trusted and secure platform. By implementing WVD for your organization, you’ll take advantage of the extensive security infrastructure that Microsoft has spent billions of dollars to develop.
In addition, WVD, as a Cloud-based platform, negates the need for employees to host corporate data on their devices. This creates an extra layer of security because it doesn’t rely fully on the device that your employees are using and whether or not they are secure.
With Windows Virtual Desktop, your IT team can push policy-based applications and rules to any linked workstation without having to handle an employee's physical laptop or desktop, which frees you up to focus on other strategic tasks.
If users are experiencing hardware trouble, they can access their data and applications by logging into another linked machine while IT addresses the issue, minimizing employee downtime.
Windows Virtual Desktop and other virtual desktop infrastructure allows your organization the versatility to provide workstations that can be accessed from anywhere, on any device.
A virtual presence, like using Windows Virtual Desktop as your solution, allows for the versatility to be able to look outside your traditional geographic area for talent - you can hire fully-qualified candidates that are perfect for the job you need done, no matter where they reside. This also applies to current employees; WVD provides versatility and agility for employees to do their jobs remotely, ensuring their day-to-day tasks can be accomplished from wherever they are.
Our eBook, written with business leaders and business-minded decision-makers in mind, helps your decision-makers to understand WVD in plain English. Download the eBook as a valuable resource to help build your business case for a move to WVD, and help business leaders in your organization to understand how WVD can provide desktop infrastructure to your employees, no matter where they’re working from!
$15,000+ (Funding May Be Available)
Want your employees to have easy and secure access to their virtualized desktops & remote applications so they can be more effective when working remotely? Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), a Cloud-based desktop and application virtualization service, is your answer!
Validate the end-user experience for up to 25 users.
Easily manage virtual machines in your Azure subscriptions.
Deploy & implement up to 3 MSIX-based applications, and validate the deployed environment.
Nonprofit 250 workstations deployed
IIROC was looking for a cost-effective, flexible, and convenient solution for their Surveillance Officers and Auditors.
IIROC engaged ProServeIT to flesh out their options. After analyzing their business pain points and unique needs, ProServeIT recommended Windows Virtual Desktop, and suggested a Proof of Concept for 25 of their users.
IIROC liked the better security & control and governance that WVD offered. Their Proof of Concept was so successful that the company is on track to deploy 250 workstations, and are also reviewing how it could be deployed for everyone in their organization.
What is Windows Virtual Desktop? How does it help address specific needs within an organization? What are some of the benefits of Windows Virtual Desktop? To help address these, and other common questions that organizations have around WVD, we put together this on-demand webinar! Join our Azure expert, Bill Kastner, as he answers some of the most frequently asked questions about Windows Virtual Desktop.