There are many digital technologies that can support businesses in moving to hybrid work models. Microsoft has two technologies designed to enable effective hybrid work through moving desktops to the cloud, Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365. Both of these solutions can provide a full Windows 10/11 desktop experience over the internet, but some key differences will dictate which technology is right for your business. In this article, we discuss the differences between Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 in regards to cost, management and user experience, and some ideal use cases for both. What is Azure Virtual Desktop? Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) is a virtual desktop interface (VDI) solution that is deployed through Azure that allows users to access Windows 10 and all the necessary applications, from anywhere, on any device. The technology can also be for RemoteApp streaming…