Azure RemoteApp Service to Become Generally Available Dec. 11

Azure RemoteApp Service to Become Generally Available Dec. 11

Microsoft has announced that its Azure RemoteApp Service will reach general availability status on December 11. It has been available as a preview for several months.

Azure RemoteApp is a cloud-based app delivery service that allows end users to access Windows applications from their smartphones and tablets. It’s helpful for enterprises looking to mobilize their legacy applications. “Applications run in the Azure cloud and are accessed through the Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP),” the company stated. “Your employees can use corporate applications from anywhere and on a variety of devices including iOS, Mac OS X, Android, and Windows platforms.”

Pricing for the service starts at $50 per month.

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