With the rise in remote working, a Desktop as a Service solution is needed by businesses more than ever. Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) provides just that in a cost-effective way. Allow your customers to access all the applications they need remotely, on any device, while controlling the apps and data they can use securely:

  • Hosted on Azure
  • Remote desktop session can be accessed via any operating system
  • Simplified management
  • Multi-session Windows 10 deployment
  • Optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus
  • Support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environments

This was the second webinar in our Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) series hosted by our Cloud Pre-Sales Engineer, Tom Button. We explored how to plan a WVD set up for a customer, including:


  • Introduction and recap of Session 1
  • Components required for Windows Virtual Desktop
  • User scoping and profiling
  • How to price Windows Virtual Desktop for both SMB and Enterprise customers
  • Technical pre-requisites and considerations to deploy
  • Incentives
  • Q&A



  • Tom Button – Cloud Pre-Sales Engineer, intY
  • Emily Whelan – Azure Practice lead and Account Director

Want to learn more about Windows Virtual Desktop?

Join our new four-part webinar series. It's designed to help you better understand this solution and how to plan, deploy and optimise it for your customers.

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