En esta época de trabajo remoto, tener un escritorio que puedas accederlo desde cualquier lado se ve una necesidad muy importante, sin embargo adicionalmente que este escritorio este conectada a tu empresa y puedas de el acceder a recursos importantes en tu Intranet, se vuelve muy valioso!, para esto Windows Virtual Desktop puede ayudarte a cumplir esta meta. En esta sesión se vera los requisitos de Windows Virtual Desktop, como hacer el deployment del mismo, las configuraciones que se pueden realizar, y ver algunos casos de uso prácticos y demos del producto para que tengas una idea mas completa de esta solución!
Miklos is an Enterprise Architect for Jala Group and has a Master´s in Systems Information. He has been a Microsoft MVP every year since 2010. He´s a trainer on server technologies with more than 15 years’ experience and holds various international certificates including COA. He has extensive experience using Microsoft Server Technologies, having started out testing products, and is now focused on Cloud Technologies. He has more than 12 years of experience speaking at international conferences like Microsoft Ignite and has participated in international events such as Microsoft Tech-Ed, Microsoft Ignite as TLG and Ask The Experts as well in several Local Events. His main hobby is playing around with new things that are on the market, experimenting with the latest technologies, and then sharing his experiences with people. His goal is to encourage people to learn about the latest technologies and then use them in their companies.
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