Microsoft Azure RemoteApp helps make your applications more widely available, on different devices regardless of if your end users are at work or not. While you may be enabling a solution like this today, think of all the time you could save (and how much you could save your business) if you could minimize complexity of your on-premises RDS deployments. To provide further details, I’ve selected two videos for you (one short for between meetings) and a longer one so you can go deep.
Remote Desktop Services
In this video, for TechNet radio, I talk to Tommy Patterson about Microsoft VDI with Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 and we take a look at how the end user experience gets even better. We discuss things like adaptive graphics, RemoteFX and the clients now available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and more.
We were just doing a TechDays online webcast with Sarah Mannion and some questions about licensing just came up…in my back pocket I had some informative videos on just that so I thought I’d pop up a quick post with some pointers: Virtualisation: Windows Server Licensing “); Virtualisation: Applications Server […]