Microsoft’s Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) Options: Windows 365 vs Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) in Simple Language
Unsurprisingly, the number of companies exploring hybrid workplaces has grown over the past few years. Besides reducing the spread of COVID-19 through physical distancing, rotating employees between working at home and working at the office can increase productivity and promote work-life balance. But not all remote work environments are created equally. In particular, remote team
So you want to change your Microsoft Office 365 domain name or your SharePoint URL? Although there are plenty of good reasons for wanting to initiate a renaming, organizations haven’t had the option to do so — until now (sort of). Here’s what you need to know about Microsoft’s recent change to tenant renaming practices,
Have you heard the news? Windows Virtual Desktop (colloquially known as WVD) is now Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD). Microsoft announced the rebranding on June 7, 2021, about 21 months after making WVD generally available at the end of September 2019 (uncanny timing, given the start of the COVID-19 outbreak and the corresponding shift to remote
Microsoft Azure is a solid cloud computing platform for many reasons, not the least of which are its focus on virtual machines and its autoscaling abilities. Both of these features make it easy to develop and deploy applications to the cloud, quickly and seamlessly. Given these and other benefits, it’s unsurprising that 87% of participants
When it comes to choosing an external IT provider, you want to find a competent partner who aligns with your business technology needs — and one who can deliver a positive ROI on your IT and cloud computing spend. But anyone can claim competency. Working with a Microsoft Partner is one way to ensure you
You may be confident that your employees would never share logins or behave in this way, but ultimately, that’s beside the point. As phishing attacks grow more and more sophisticated and frequent every day, every business needs to be concerned about the potential repercussions associated with employee credentials being accidentally compromised.