WINDOWS VIRTUAL DESKTOP
Camwood’s Windows Virtual Desktop Managed Service provides proactive management of your WVD environment. We remove the administrative overhead on your IT operations staff to ensure that your Microsoft Azure Public Cloud WVD environment is optimised, secure and compliant and meeting your requirements.
Why choose camwood?
20+ YEARS OF
PUBLIC CLOUD EXPERTS
MICROSOFT GOLD PARTNER
MODERN WORKPLACE SPECIALISTS
Thousands of businesses have trusted us with their IT portfolio management for the last 20 years.
What we offer
Our Windows Virtual Desktop Managed Service includes.
Ongoing technical support, architectural guidance and design validation for your WVD environment.
PLATFORM & OPTIMISATION
Continuous insights across finance, performance and architecture ensure that you’re getting the most out of the platform.
SECURITY & GOVERNANCE
Maximise Microsoft Azure’s native security and governance tooling to provide an enterprise grade solution.
Camwood’s technical operations teams provide ongoing and continuous platform monitoring for your WVD environment.
WVD IMAGE MANAGEMENT
A robust image design, testing and management service, to ensure that your environment is up to date and secure.
We create an applications roadmap so you benefit from the latest versions and don’t fall foul of end of life/support or warranty issues.
MSIX APPATTACH INTEGRATION
Utilising the latest application format, we can package your core business applications into MSIX and integrate them into MSIX AppAttach.
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What our customers say
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