[German]Now that more people are working at home because of Corona (COVID-19), the remote desktop is becoming more important. Therefore Microsoft has introduced some innovations in the area of Windows Virtual Desktop on April 30, 2020.
The following tweet refers to the relevant article by Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365, and Julia White, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft Azure.
— Mickaël Mottet (@MCKLMT) May 1, 2020
If you are using WVD, you can read the details in this article. In addition, the Windows Virtual Desktop Spring Update is available as a public preview, as can be seen in the following tweet.
— Bruno Carvalho (@BrainBruno) May 1, 2020
Details may be read within this Techcommunity article.