Go on a tour of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), and see all the latest updates. If you're new to WVD, it's a desktop and app virtualization service hosted in Azure, and it’s more popular than ever with the global acceleration of people working remotely.
Kam VedBrat, Partner Group Program Manager for Windows Virtual Desktop, joins host Jeremy Chapman to show how they’ve been accelerating efforts to improve elasticity, simplify deployment and management, and optimize latency for customers all over the world.
► Updates include:
Microsoft Teams A/V redirect: improves latency and reduces CPU usage, which lowers costs
QuickStart: streamlines the setup experience, and makes deployment easier
Service Monitoring: a dashboard with all the essential KPIs to monitor user experience and performance
Policy management and security configuration: Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session support is coming to Microsoft Endpoint Manager for hybrid AAD joined VMs
MSIX App Attach: you can have a slim virtual desktop image and customize the apps that are available for each user