The recent launch of Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is seen by many as a game-changer in the delivery of desktop services. Running in Azure, WVD brings the significant benefits of the public cloud - making the virtual desktop more cost-effective and improving the end-user experience.
So if you’re currently at a crossroads when it comes to utilising public and/or private cloud, this briefing is not to be missed.
On 26th November, Microsoft and Oosha will be exploring the WVD use case for professional service firms. We’ll look at how WVD fits with Citrix, the changes to its architectural design, billing model and the additional tools that can be used to enhance security and performance.
To ensure all attendees have the opportunity to contribute to in-depth discussions and to maximise the value delegates receive, we will be limiting the number of delegates at the event, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Ian Warren is a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft, offering an
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Matthew Newton is the Joint Managing Director of Oosha, a leading cloud IT provider to the legal sector.
Simon Altit is the Director - EMEA of Insentra, an independent global industry leader delivering valuable technical expertise.