Microsoft today announced that Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), its Azure-based system for virtualizing the Windows and Office user experience it announced last September, is now generally available. Using WVD, enterprises can give their employees access to virtualized applications and remote desktop…
— Microsoft 365 (@Microsoft365) September 30, 2019
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) September 30, 2019
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