When Microsoft launched Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly known as Windows Virtual Desktop) towards the end of 2019, nobody could’ve predicted a global pandemic would force millions of workers to leave the office and work from home. Organizations around the world scrambled to migrate important apps and data to the cloud to gain business resilience and agility. And, to support the new remote workforce, many organizations turned to Azure Virtual Desktop to give remote users a secure, easy to manage, productive personal computing experience with Windows 10 from the cloud.
If you’re reading this post, chances are you’re already familiar with Desktop Virtualization platforms. Rather than digging too deep into the broad features and benefits of Microsoft’s AVD product, we’re going to spend our time highlighting specifically how those within the Financial Services, Healthcare and Public Sector industries are re-thinking the way they leverage this technology to service their internal teams and the clients they serve.
Azure Virtual Desktop: Financial Services
Azure Virtual Desktop empowers financial service providers to innovate and diversify the experiences of clients and employees through end-to-end security, rapid modernization, and secure remote access while staying inside industry regulations and effectively managing risk.
Azure Virtual Desktop: Healthcare
Azure Virtual Desktop empowers care providers to deliver improved healthcare outcomes through superior data security, increased patient engagement, enhanced team collaboration, and interconnected data solutions and management.
Azure Virtual Desktop: Public Sector
Azure Virtual Desktop empowers agencies in the public sector to scale their services to meet citizen demand and empower a remote workforce through superior security solutions, the ability to optimize legacy infrastructure, and flexible infrastructure and deployment.
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