A new report suggests that Microsoft might announce its new Cloud PC virtual OS offering built on Windows Virtual Desktop (now Azure Virtual Desktop) during its Ignite conference on July 15.
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Microsoft announced that it is renaming Windows Virtual Desktop to Azure Virtual Desktop. It is also adding new features such as support for domain joining VDIs with AAD, new pricing options, more.
New capabilities are available for developers building solutions across Azure IoT and mixed reality devices such as HoloLens 2. Azure Monitor for Windows Virtual Desktop is coming soon too.
Launching this month, the new certification will be offered to Microsoft Azure administrators, with the exam set to reach general availability once the beta exams have been scored.
Not only has the amount of capabilities for Azure Government been increased, but Azure Government Secret has been expanded as well, accompanying the announcement of a new cloud dubbed "Top Secret".
At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced a new set of capabilities coming to Windows Virtual Desktop, the company's comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service, by the end of the year.
After a while in public preview, Microsoft is making a few new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) features generally available. These include the Azure portal integration and A/V redirect for Teams in WVD.
According to a new report, Microsoft is working on bringing back the thin client with what it's calling Cloud PC. It's meant to be a completely virtualized Windows experience, and it's coming in 2021.
In the midst of a global pandemic, the collaboration will focus upon increasing the adoption of digital workspaces, as well as helping organizations accelerate their move to the cloud.
This week we got to see Microsoft's Q3 FY2020 earnings report, a couple of new Insider builds, and even confirmation that we'll see Series X gameplay next week. Catch up via this overview.
Microsoft announced new Microsoft 365 management capabilities and briefly listed new Windows Virtual Desktop features. It has now provided more detail on the deployment and security capabilities.
Today, Microsoft announced new Microsoft 365 features to help make it easier for IT to manage things like Windows Virtual Desktop, and there's a new Productivity Score to help make improvements.
Microsoft is updating its Remote Desktop client for iOS after over a year. The update brings support for Windows Virtual Desktop, the new iPhone and iPad devices, dark theme, and more.
During its Ignite 2019 conference today, Microsoft announced a handful of new capabilities coming to Azure Stack Hub. Among them, the availability of Event Hubs and Data Services in preview, and more.
Today, Microsoft announced that Windows Virtual Desktop is generally available worldwide, and it should bridge the gap for those upgrading from Windows 7 ahead of its end of support.
As Windows 7 gets increasingly closer to its end-of-support date, Microsoft is running a promotion which lets businesses with E5 subscriptions get an additional year of security updates for free.
A fair few bits of news surfaced this past week, including the cancellation of Minecraft's Super Duper Graphics Pack, the arrival of this month's Patch Tuesday, and more. catch up below.
Windows Virtual Desktop is finally feature-complete and will soon become generally available, according to the Group Manager for WVD. Estimations for availability or pricing are not yet known.
Microsoft today announced that its Windows Virtual Desktop service is now available in public preview, and it will be available in both Windows 10 and Windows 7 flavors with free ESUs for three years.
At Ignite 2018 today, Microsoft announced the Windows Virtual Desktop, a feature that will allow businesses to run a full, multi-user desktop experience from its Azure cloud service.