Windows Virtual Desktop, a new service which Microsoft is planning to roll out later this year, is designed to provide multi-session Windows 10 and support for Windows Server RDS desktop and apps. WVD will allow users to virtualize Windows 7 and 10, Office 365 ProPlus apps and other third-party applications by running them remotely in Azure virtual machines. Just last week, Microsoft released its awaited public preview of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD).
IT management and automation vendor Nerdio was part of the private preview testing group for WVD. What questions do you have for Vadim Vladimirskiy, the CEO of Nerdio, about WVD?
I’ll be chatting with Vadim on Wednesday April 3 and will ask some of your best questions directly to him then.