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Access a Secure Remote Desktop Virtually From Any Location

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Azure Virtual Desktop Offers Cost-Saving Benefits

  1. Utilizing Azure Virtual Desktop is cost-neutral if your organization already holds valid Microsoft 365 or Windows per-user licenses.
  2. VMs can be deactivated, and their resources can be reassigned to other tasks, resulting in reduced infrastructure expenses. Optimize your VM investment by leveraging the multi-session capabilities of Windows 10 and Windows 11, aligning upfront costs with actual business requirements.
  3. Employing a cloud-based managed service for your complete VDI configuration is an efficient way to minimize the time and effort spent on management.

Access your Windows 10 or Windows 11 desktop and all your preferred applications remotely.

The Azure Virtual Desktop client is accessible on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and HTML5, enabling you to reach your desktop and applications from any internet-connected device. Select the appropriate Azure VM to ensure peak performance and leverage the multi-session capabilities of Windows 10 and Windows 11 on Azure to accommodate multiple users within a single instance.

Maximize the potential of Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Office.

For organizations employing Microsoft products like Outlook, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams, it’s imperative to ensure that employees can execute these tasks with the same ease and efficiency on the web as they can on a desktop or laptop computer.

Setting up an Azure Virtual Desktop environment is straightforward and versatile.

  1. Establish a comprehensive desktop virtualization system on Azure without the need for gateway servers.
  2. If you require the distribution of host pools to manage diverse workloads, you have that flexibility.
  3. Choose between utilizing an image you’ve previously created for mission-critical workloads or leveraging an image from the Azure Gallery for testing.
  4. Achieve cost savings by efficiently sharing resources across multiple sessions. With the exclusive multi-session capability of Windows 11 and Windows 10 Enterprise, available in Azure Virtual Desktop and the Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) role on Windows Server, you can significantly reduce the number of virtual machines and operating system overhead while still providing users with the same resources.
  5. Enhance user engagement by providing them with their own (persistent) desktops.
  6. Implement auto scaling to manage costs by automatically adjusting capacity based on factors like time of day, days of the week, or fluctuations in demand.

Azure Virtual Desktop Industries


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Health Care

Implement Azure Virtual Desktop with AMMP

The Azure Migration and Modernization Program (AMMP) provides assessment, proof-of-concept, milestone incentives, Azure credits, and technical training for all three control planes. Partners who meet the criteria for Advanced Specialization or for Citrix and VMware partners can choose to activate any of the control planes available in AMMP.

What makes Azure Virtual Desktop so reliable?

Inherent Security Measures

      • Storing data on Azure rather than local PCs enhances data security for your employees and your company.
      • Employ Azure security services like Azure Firewall, Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel, and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint for end-to-end protection.

Dynamic Policy Creation

      • Utilize conditional access to control access to your Azure Virtual Desktop environment and mitigate risks.
      • Implement multifactor authentication for secure logins.
      • Enhance Azure infrastructure security with role-based access control (RBAC) and threat detection using Azure Security Center.


      • Leverage Azure Virtual Desktop’s numerous security and compliance certifications, including ISO 27001, 27018, and 27701, as well as PCI, FedRAMP High for Commercial, HIPAA, and more.

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Managed SOC, or SOC as a Service, is a subscription service that enables companies to “outsource” their SOC service operations to an outside vendor. Third-party cybersecurity experts known as managed SOC providers monitor an organization’s IT infrastructure, endpoints, software, and data for possible security vulnerabilities. They have the ability to identify dangers before they materialize, act fast in response to alarms, and resolve issues as they come up.

  • There are five main stages in creating a SOC:
  • Planning the SOC.
  • Designing the SOC.
  • Building the SOC.
  • Operating the SOC.
  • Reviewing the SOC.
  • There are five main stages in creating a SOC:
  • Planning the SOC.
  • Designing the SOC.
  • Building the SOC.
  • Operating the SOC.
  • Reviewing the SOC.

With the help of a dedicated SOC, an MSP can expand or augment its new rosters by having access to a private network of skilled security analysts. Under this model, security professionals can operate using the procedures and security equipment that your business now possesses.

The security operations team is led by a SOC manager, who answers to the CIO (CISO). They oversee the team, provide technical guidance, and manage the following: oversees the recruiting, training, and assessment of SOC employees. causes events to occur.

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