Join Russell and Paul as they kick off the conference in style.
In this session I will introduce how conditional access policies can be implemented to help increase your Azure Virtual desktop security footprint. I will explain the benefits of using conditional access policies with AVD as well as explaining the different elements of AVD that can be protected. I will then demo how to implement a conditional access policy that enables MFA for AVD.
Join industry experts and MVPs who will discuss some of the biggest issues organizations face when implementing VDI and how best to solve those problems.
Microsoft's Cloud PC and Virtual Desktop offerings are extremely powerful and important tools in today's world of hybrid work. Both Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop are able to fulfill the new and emerging demands of our end users.
Which solution is best for your organization? In this session, we will examine some of the key differences between Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop to help you make that decision.
In this session Neil McLoughlin, a 20-year IT Veteran, will cover some of the best practices to migrate your VDI workload onto Azure Virtual Desktop.
Neil will cover some critical things you need to think about when working in Azure including identity, storage, applications, host sizing and much more to ensure that your migration is successful.
When considering Azure Virtual Desktop to support company workplace or DaaS initiatives, it’s important to know about the typical costs of the service and how to optimize these costs through automation. Join Nerdio CEO Vadim Vladimirskiy to learn about six strategies that can reduce the costs of a typical Azure Virtual Desktop deployment by more than 80%. The session will show how Nerdio Manager for Enterprise can be leveraged to produce substantial savings through automation while reducing the overall administrative burden of deploying and managing Azure Virtual Desktop.
Remote and virtual desktop solutions provide a flexible way for users to access remote services security while maintaining control over how the users access those services. Providing a consistent experience as users log into non-persistent or shared desktops is an essential factor in the success of a remote and virtual desktop environment. This session examines FSLogix to optimize remote and virtual desktop environments by leveraging a portable user profile container that moves with the user. In addition, we review FSLogix features that allow us to provide customized, user-based access to applications in the virtual desktop environment.