Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop spring refresh: What’s new and next

Due to the massive workforce shift from working in-office to working remotely, the demand for Windows Virtual Desktop has increased. Microsoft continues to work around the clock to ensure its customers have best-in-class experiences with the Azure Migration Program, an enhanced Teams experience, and more. Check out the newest updates and what you can expect in the future, and contact TeraCloud, Inc. to learn more.

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Microsoft is improving the Windows Virtual Desktop management experience, Teams, and more. Microsoft continues to make changes to improve the overall Windows Virtual Desktop experience for users—those working remotely and in-office. Check out the new features and what’s next for Windows Virtual Desktop here.

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