Microsoft makes it easier to get started with Windows Virtual Desktop

As more companies shift to remote work, Microsoft works toward making its Windows Virtual Desktop easier for users to increase productivity and security. Learn how Brad Anderson, Vice President for Microsoft 365, and his team created effortless experiences for users to provide meaningful solutions.

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With a massive shift from working in-office to working remotely, Microsoft made updates to make it effortless for users to work with Windows Virtual Desktop. Learn what steps Brad Anderson, Vice President for Microsoft 365, and his team took to make the program easier for customers to use.

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