Last year, Microsoft announced the launch of the Windows Virtual Desktop service. At the time, it was a private visualization, but from now on, every corporate user who wants to test how the Windows 10 virtual desktop hosted in the Azure cloud will be able to experience.
It is worth noting that this is a great product for business. You will not use this to play Apex Legends on a virtual machine somewhere in the cloud. The idea here is that a service like Access to Office 365 ProPlus makes managing machines and the software that works with them easier for businesses. It also allows employers in regulated industries to provide their mobile workers with a virtual desktop that ensures that all their valuable data remains protected.
It is worth noting that many of the features of this service are powered by FSLogix technology that Microsoft acquired last year. Specifically, these technologies allow Microsoft to provide non-regular users with relatively fast access to applications such as their Outlook and OneDrive applications, for example.
For most Microsoft 365 corporate customers, access to this service is just part of the subscription price, they are already paying ̵
Currently, the service is only available in the US East 2 and US Central Azure regions. As time goes on and after the preview is complete, Microsoft will extend it to all regions in the cloud.