Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) service on Azure is exceeding its first-year sales forecast. In fact, Microsoft Group Program Manager for WVD Scott Manchester said the Azure cloud workspace platform will hit its full fiscal year sales forecast on February 6 – four months ahead of schedule.
“We are seeing pretty high levels of deployment around the world,” said Manchester in a keynote address Tuesday at the IGEL Disrupt 2020 Cloud Workspaces Forum in Nashville, Tenn. “When I wake up every morning, the first thing I do is I bring up my dashboard and I look to see how many new tenants signed up today with WVD. I can’t share all the details but I can tell you it is a three digit number everyday – people that build tenants in WVD. It is very exciting to see the growth.”
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