What is Microsoft Managed Desktop, Cloud-based device management

The primary concern every organization faces at some stage is how to keep up with the pace of changes in technology while staying secure and up to date against sophisticated security threats. These and many other challenges pose serious risks to the organizations and require them to re-think how they deploy, manage, and secure assets for their users. Microsoft Managed Desktop (MMD) is a subscription based service where Microsoft provisions, deploys and manages an organizations Windows 10 devices.

Microsoft Managed Desktop

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Microsoft Managed Desktop

Microsoft Managed Desktop is a cloud-based device management developed by Microsoft to deliver secured, updated, and maintained systems. The cloud platform has dramatically changed the ways how services are delivered and managed. Such changes have created an opportunity to deliver a more modern desktop experience. The new offering from Microsoft intends to improve this furthermore.

It includes the combination of Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security, all of which are built on modern devices and capable of meeting most of the company’s specifications and runtime quality bar. We know, content analytics has become more relevant in industries today. It can be leveraged to provide operational and security insights and learnings. Likewise, it can help you decide if it’s time to deliver content in different ways. Analytics constitutes the core of Microsoft Managed Desktop.

Also, one of the essentials that can be used in predicting the outcome of a product is Customer Feedback. It plays a crucial role in managing customer satisfaction. Besides, it helps in resisting a change in the inclination and play a positive role in improving products or making services better. Learning from this experience, Microsoft is aiming to deploy MMD in a measured approach with a set of early customers. It believes this approach would help the company to better enable end-to-end scenarios for customers around the world.

Lastly, taking this vision of Cloud-based administration forward, Microsoft has entered into the partnership with Lloyds Banking Group to deploy Microsoft Managed Desktop, as well as the Seattle Reign FC. These organizations are inspired by their desire to transform and modernize the user experience and shift to more modern experience. As such, they have come together with Microsoft to help it develop this product furthermore in the course of its journey.

Microsoft will also work together with key strategic partners like-

  • Dell
  • HP
  • DXC
  • HCL
  • Computacenter
  • Accenture/Avanade

The Microsoft Managed Desktop MMD is available as a paid subscription service for a small number of customers in the UK and the US. It will start its operations in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in early 2019. Get the details on microsoft.com.

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