Microsoft readies Office for virtual desktop services, including Windows Virtual Desktop

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Microsoft is adding new features to Office to improve its use in virtualized environments, including its coming Windows Virtual Desktop service. The changes announced today affect Office 365 Pro Plus, Outlook, OneDrive and Teams.

Microsoft acquired former partner FSLogix in November 2018. At that time, officials said they planned to use the company’s technology to improve Office 365 virtualization. In a blog post today, July 1, Microsoft officials said that the FSLogix container technology, which Microsoft has integrated with Office apps in virtual environments from Microsoft, Citrix and VMWare, will be available for no additional cost for Microsoft 365 business customers.

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