It has always been part of the Microsoft vision: Your users can work anywhere, on any device, and it will all be secure, synchronized and responsive. But the execution of this vision has unfortunately had many holes in it: With Microsoft not playing nice in the licensing department, how was anyone to offer a truly mobile, cost-effective Windows desktop without needing a mobile device that ran Windows?
Those days may be over as Microsoft Azure RemoteApp comes to the forefront. Let's take a look at this new service, how to get started with it and what it means for both the enterprise and for the consumer space.
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What is Microsoft Azure RemoteApp?
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