If you already have a valid Microsoft 365 or Windows per-user license, Azure Virtual Desktop can be utilized by your organization at no additional cost.
Virtual machines (VMs) can be shut down and their resources reallocated to other tasks to help save infrastructure expenses. Maximize your investment in virtual machines (VMs) by using Windows 10 and Windows 11’s multi-session capabilities. Cut down on up-front costs and better tie operational spending to actual company needs.
Using a managed service in the cloud for your whole VDI setup is a great way to save time and energy on management.
The Azure Virtual Desktop client is available for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and HTML5, allowing you to access your desktop and apps from any internet-connected device. Pick the right Azure VM for optimal performance and make use of Windows 10 and Windows 11’s multi-session advantage on Azure to support numerous users in a single instance.
If your company uses Microsoft products, such as Outlook, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams, you should ensure that your employees can perform these tasks as easily and efficiently on the web as they would on a desktop or laptop computer.
Setting up an Azure Virtual Desktop environment is easy and flexible:
Deploy Azure Virtual Desktop with AMMP
The Azure Migration and Modernization Program (AMMP) offers evaluation, proof-of-concept, milestone rewards, Azure credits, and technical training for all three control planes. If a partner meets the requirements for the Advanced Specialization or for Citrix and VMware partners, they will be given the option to enable whichever control planes they like in AMMP.
What makes Azure Virtual Desktop so trusted?
Integral Safety Features
Dynamic Policy Generators
Take advantage of the many certifications Azure Virtual Desktop has earned for security and compliance, including ISO 27001, 27018, and 27701, as well as PCI, FedRAMP High for Commercial, HIPAA, and more.
SOC as a Service (also known as Managed SOC) is a subscription service that allows businesses to “outsource” their SOC service operations to a third party. Managed SOC providers are third-party cybersecurity specialists that keep tabs on a business’s IT infrastructure, endpoints, software, and data for potential security flaws. They’re capable of finding threats before they even happen, responding quickly to any alerts they get, and fixing any problems that arise.
As a managed service, SOC as a service keeps an eye on security around the clock, utilizing automation and data science to increase the speed of detection and the reliability of alarms. Vulnerability evaluations, threat surveillance, and incident responses are all part of a security operations center (SOC) as a service.
A SOC manager is in charge of the security operations team and reports to the CIO (CISO). They are in charge of the team, give technical advice, and run things the following ways: Oversees how SOC staff are hired, trained, and evaluated. Makes things happen.
A committed SOC is a service that gives an MSP access to a private network of experienced security analysts that they can use to add to or grow their new rosters. In this model, security experts are equipped to work with the processes and security tools that your company already has.