Microsoft released its desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) offering, WVD (Windows Virtual Desktop), to the general public in September 2019. The service runs on Azure and provides a multi-user version of Windows 10, a feature unavailable for on-premises deployments of Hyper-V. WVD is a free service for Microsoft customers with most types of Windows 10 Enterprise license, however, the subscription or PAYG Azure costs are additional, as are many components you may wish to add.
With expectations around digital experience never higher, organizations should seriously consider implementing a network monitoring solution to support optimal business performance.
According to our website, Unbounded Analytics “provides infinite flexibility to generate new insights from all unsampled, high-cardinality data.” Great! But wait… what does high cardinality data even mean?
The Digital Workspace Survey conducted by eG Innovations and xenappblog is one of the largest surveys of its kind, generating over 1,050 responses from IT professionals around the world. 62% of the respondents worked for organizations using digital workspaces for their employees. The remainder came from various types of organizations providing support for digital workspaces. Below are just a few highlights from the report which is packed with insights.
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Though you might use custom-made apps for many reasons, there’s only one reason you deploy them: off-the-shelf solutions just can’t get the job done. Whenever operations are too complex for a commercial application already in place or whenever a new kind of digital business is launched, a custom app is necessary. This is true no matter what the business model is.