If your business is seasonal or your support / remote teams requirements change often, procuring hardware that you are not always going to use, can be expensive. With remote teams / contract works you also have little control over device usage.
Apart from the expense, do not forget there is always a security risk when third parties or remote staff log in to your network. There is an option that can save you money and provide excellent security - Virtual Desktops.
With virtual desktops your employees can access their Windows desktop from anywhere, on any device. Virtual desktops are a cloud-based solution that allows your businesses to run their Windows desktops in the cloud, providing secure and scalable access to their applications and data.
Depending on your business needs and various scenarios, you have two solutions to choose from: Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop.
Both offer powerful features and functionality to meet the unique needs of businesses of all sizes. Let’s look at the features of Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop, and help you determine which solution is the right choice for your business.
Windows 365 is a cloud-based solution – Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) - that allows you to access your Windows desktop from any device with an internet connection. With Windows 365, you can work from anywhere, without having to worry about carrying a laptop or transferring files between devices.
Windows 365 provides a fully managed service that takes care of all the maintenance, updates, and security of the service, freeing up your IT team to focus on more strategic tasks.
Windows 365 is designed for simplicity, with an intuitive interface that allows you to easily manage your desktops and users. Enjoy the power of Windows in the cloud, with all the features and functionality you need to get your work done.
Azure Virtual Desktop is also a cloud-based virtualization solution – using Azure’s virtual desktop infrastructure - that allows you to run Windows desktops and applications on any device with an internet connection.
However, Azure Virtual Desktop provides more customization options for businesses that require specific hardware or software configurations. You get a wider range of integration options, making it easier to integrate with existing IT systems and tools.
Azure Virtual Desktop provides greater control and flexibility for IT teams, allowing them to fine-tune the service to meet the specific needs of their organization. With Azure Virtual Desktop, businesses can enjoy greater customization, integration, and control, making it a better option for businesses with specific or complex IT needs.
On the other hand, Azure Virtual Desktop offers several advantages over Windows 365.
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