The importance of secure remote operations has always been a key concern for operating your environment but with all the wrenches that have been tossed into 2020, using Virtual Desktops is an option that many IT Pros are turning to for their users. While the challenges of 2020 remain significant, the updates to Windows Virtual Desktops (WVD) announced this week should make it easier for you to manage your instances.
At Ignite 2020, Microsoft is announcing several enhancements to the service that will arrive by the end of 2020:
Windows Virtual Desktop has become an interesting option for many organizations that found themselves scrambling to issue hardware to newly-remote employees. By allowing users to authenticate to a secured desktop that is hosted remotely, lower-end hardware can be utilized while still offering a secure solution.
It is a busy week with lots of announcements happening at Ignite 2020, if you are looking to see what else has been announced, you can find that information, here.