What You Should Know About Azure Virtual Desktop
Azure Virtual Desktop is a great solution for small business owners who need to access their applications and data from anywhere. With it, you can access your files and applications from any device, such as your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
If you’re a small business owner, Azure Virtual Desktop is worth considering as a solution for your business needs. It offers a number of benefits, including:
- Easy installation and setup
- Flexible pricing options
- Scalability to meet your needs
- 24/7 support from Microsoft
Azure is comprehensive solution
Formerly branded as Windows Virtual Desktop, Azure Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop virtualization solution that has proven to be reliable and easy to use. It is available in both Azure Public Cloud and Azure Stack.
Using the virtual desktop on your computer is very easy and the process is straightforward. You can use it by signing into your Azure account and then selecting the “Virtual Desktop” option. After that, you will be able to select the type of subscription that you want and then choose the number of virtual machines that you need.
If you want to use the virtual desktop on your smartphone, you can download the Azure Remote App from the App Store or Google Play. With Azure Remote App, you can access your Azure Virtual Desktop applications and data from your smartphone.
Once you’ve downloaded the app, you simply log in and then select the desktop that you want to access. After that, you will be able to use all of your applications and data just as if you were using your computer.
A virtual desktop is particularly convenient if you need to use a laptop or borrow a desktop at another location. You can easily connect to it and have full access to all of your applications and files. For security reasons, you will also want to be sure to log out if you are using Azure on a computer that is not your own.
AVD is a great solution for remote work
Businesses with a remote workforce will appreciate Azure Virtual Desktop because it offers the ability to connect to work applications and data from anywhere. It is also a scalable solution, so you can add or remove virtual machines as your business needs change.
Setting up AVD is relatively easy. You just need to sign in to Azure, create a resource group, set up your virtual network and subnet, and then create your desktop pool. Program costs can vary based on the number of users, but Azure offers a variety of subscription options to fit your budget.
Like all Microsoft products, AVD is regularly updated. Azure automatically applies the latest security patches and updates, so you can be confident that your data is always protected.
If you have questions about how this solution can work for your business, contact Terminal B today to learn more about how we can help you get started. Our IT consultants can help you identify if a virtual desktop will be the right solution for you.