Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD): 6-Week Implementation


Perfect for organisations with applications hosted in the cloud looking for a fast and reliable way for their users to access their applications securely from any device.

AVD with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop - Implementation

AVD offers advantages including the new multi-session Windows 10 capabilities, extended support for desktop operating systems, and optimisations for Office 365 Pro Plus. Combine with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop for the best end-user experience through Citrix HDX optimisations. Experience virtualisation solutions that give control of virtual machines, applications, and security while providing anywhere access for any device.

What’s included?

As part of the service Fujitsu will configure, maintain and manage virtual desktop infrastructure, master images, published virtual application and desktop workloads, load balancing, user profile management, and security updates. This fully managed service is delivered as a consumption based commercial model.

Key business outcomes

  • Improved user experience through easy access to apps and data leading to more engaged staff
  • Increased staff mobility leading to productivity and retention
  • Security compliance and improved data integrity
  • Mobile staff, applications and data and the ability to scale up and down provide genuine business agility.

Common use cases

  • Security: high data integrity & compliance. E.g. financial institutions / offshoring.
  • Legacy Applications: access to apps that need to run on older versions of Windows.
  • Mobility: access applications & data from a variety of devices. E.g. health / large sites.
  • High Performance / Challenging Applications: Remote & mobile access - no need for expensive single purpose devices.
  • BCP: Scale up quickly by allowing BYOD and using a public cloud hosting platform.

Why Fujitsu?

  • Azure Expert MSP
  • Gold Microsoft Partner
  • Citrix Global Partner of the Year 2020 & 2021

Time and cost may vary depending on each customer use case