If you are a large organization, you have the option to stand up and set a sizeable virtual desktop infrastructure in the public cloud. However, the challenge lies in choosing between a windows virtual desktop or remote desktop services for your contingency plan.
Now that the convenience of conducting conferences remotely has become more widespread, the practice will likely remain popular. Comparing systems and implementing the one that seems best for each application is important.
While VPN has been around a long time Windows Virtual Desktop is the future. We're discussing the differences and why WVD will come out on top.
With so much time spent inside the browser, we thought that we would share some shortcuts that you probably don’t know exist.
Microsoft has improved their Outlook platform with some useful features aimed at cutting down on the time that you have to stare at your email. Let’s take a look at two options you can use to get the most out of your email in Outlook.
There is an important question that you should be asking: can a laptop be left plugged in whenever it is left in one spot? Let’s find out for this week’s tip.
In this post, we will discuss two popular video chat services, Microsoft Teams and Zoom, outlining both the pros and cons of each, in order for organizations to decide which service best suits their particular needs.