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Jul 12, 21
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Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) from Microsoft is a comprehensive virtualization platform for both Desktops and Applications. It’s hosted in the Azure cloud and managed by Microsoft. A proper turnkey solution for teams looking to virtualize their workspace while avoiding the complications of hosting a platform themselves. The service includes optimizations for multi-session Windows 10 desktops, Microsoft 365 applications, and support for RDS environments. AVD addresses a broad range of needs from business continuity to Work-From-Home (WFH) initiatives.

Phil Mason's picture
Apr 26, 21
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These days technology moves ahead at a blistering pace. When we released the RX420(RDP) thin client late last year, it was the first purpose-built device optimized for Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktops (WVD). As WVD matures, we strive to bring on its new features, improve existing ones, and introduce innovative solutions for the platform. RX420(RDP) continues to be the best bang-for-the-buck WVD endpoint in the market. So let's supercharge it.
 
Frank Pesek's picture
Dec 03, 20
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Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) has experienced significant market demand in part due to organizations that are challenged to find secure remote working solutions for their employees and contractors quickly. NComputing teamed up with Microsoft to integrate the native Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Linux client into our popular RX420(RDP) and RX-RDP+ thin clients powered by the latest Raspberry Pi platforms.

Abelardo Iparrea's picture
Oct 19, 20
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NComputing is happy to announce our status as an official Windows Virtual Desktop partner for integrated Linux thin client solutions, verified by Microsoft.

Frank Pesek's picture
Aug 25, 20
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Mirko Lasarz and I cover the devices and NComputing's approach to virtualization.

Jochen Polster's picture
Aug 11, 20
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Some thin clients require intstallation of a 3rd party program called “RDP Wrapper”

jesse pan's picture
Jun 09, 20
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Ever wondered why NComputing is building almost all of its thin clients on the ARM architecture?

Jochen Polster's picture
Dec 30, 19
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Older PCs and laptops cannot keep pace with the latest software innovations.

Frank Pesek's picture

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