Windows Virtual Desktop doesn't limit enterprises to Microsoft for VDI

Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) takes the infrastructure out of VDI without requiring enterprises to switch away from other vendors' management tools that they're comfortable with, and extends virtualisation beyond current niche use cases. Lots of enterprises want VDI without the burden of running their own infrastructure, says Microsoft 365 corporate vice president Brad Anderson. "They're saying 'hey, we want out of the business of having to build this infrastructure, we want to do it all from cloud'. And they would prefer to do it from Microsoft's Cloud because then they have the builder of the operating system, the builder of the tool, the builder of the cloud all in one stack and it's just far more simple for them.

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