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Accelerate your Windows Virtual Desktop deployment—join our virtual event

In September 2019, we launched Windows Virtual Desktop to help customers bring the value of the cloud to their desktops and apps and innovate for their end user computing needs. Since then, we’ve been working on new features to streamline onboarding and management and accelerate Windows Virtual Desktop deployments on Azure.

Join us for the Accelerate Your Windows Virtual Desktop Deployment virtual event on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 9:00 AM PT to hear the latest announcements live from Microsoft leaders and engineering teams. Learn how to deploy your desktops and apps with Windows Virtual Desktop and discover best practices for scaling your deployment quickly and securely with Azure and Microsoft 365.

Register today and be among the first to get the latest updates and find out how Windows Virtual Desktop enables you to:

  • Deploy the only multi-session Windows 10 virtual desktop experience.
  • Enable optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus in a virtualized environment.
  • Deploy and scale in minutes directly through Azure.

Live presentations by Microsoft executives and engineering teams will be followed by on-demand sessions to help you master each step in your deployment—from getting started to optimizing to scaling out more broadly within your organization.

Register now!

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