An introduction to Windows Virtual Desktop for professional service firms

The use cases and benefits of delivering applications and desktops from Microsoft Azure

With Guest Expert Ian Warren, Cloud Solutions Architect specialising in infrastructure services at Microsoft


The newly released Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) has the potential to be a game-changer for the legal sector. Running in Azure, WVD brings the significant benefits of the public cloud - making the virtual desktop more resilient, cost-effective and improving the end-user experience.

In this webinar, cloud solutions expert, Ian Warren, will explore how professional service firms can benefit from delivering their applications using WVD and Microsoft Azure. The webinar will cover:

  • An introduction to WVD and where Citrix fits into it all

  • How the architectural design and billing models have changed

  • The additional tools which can be used for enhanced security and performance

  • Who can use WVD and how can it benefit your firm? 

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday 12th December

Time: 12 PM  - 1 PM GMT

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Legal Technology Expert Speaker

Ian Warren
Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, Microsoft

Ian works as a Cloud Solutions Architect specialising in infrastructure services at Microsoft. Ian’s primary focus is public cloud infrastructures and end-user computing environments for customers in the UK. He designs and provides guidance on complex migrations and advises on cloud strategies.

Ian is also a member of the Microsoft Azure Advisors group and is an Azure Solutions Architect Expert in Azure Cloud Platform and Infrastructure.







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