Exploring the Azure RemoteApp User Experience
Hello, my name is Ravi Ashok and I work in the Remote Desktop Services team. Today I would like to share with you the Azure RemoteApp user experience. Last month, Azure RemoteApp became generally available, enabling businesses to provide their Windows applications to users through Azure making them available to iOS, Mac OS X, Android in addition to Windows, and Windows Phone. With Azure RemoteApp, you can run Windows applications running in the cloud and deliver them to your users user, facilitating a secured, scalable, and smooth experience for employees. In this post, I would like to shows the user experience that the Azure RemoteApp delivers.
Although the remote applications don’t run on the local machine, interacting with them after connecting with a client is very similar to working with a an application running on your Windows desktop. The video below demonstrates what it’s like working with PowerPoint, running both locally and with Azure RemoteApp. This can be helpful when using a set of apps that integrate with PowerPoint (where the other applications are not available on the end users device).
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Exploring the Azure RemoteApp User Experience- Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) Team Blog