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Coming Soon! CloudJumper Cloud Workspace® Management Suite V5.3

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Right around the corner, we will mark the general availability of Cloud Workspace® Management Suite (CWMS) version 5.3. New support for Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Public Preview headlines our updated solution. CWMS V5.3 automates the deployments of WVD and simplifies ongoing administration, reducing the time-to-value for WVD customers and driving consumption of Azure services for enhanced operational efficiency. We are very excited about this addition to our product portfolio and its importance to the Microsoft-CloudJumper partnership. Learn more how CloudJumper is supporting Windows Virtual Desktop by watching a short 2-minute video.

In addition to WVD, CWMS V5.3 will continue to support IaaS-based Remote Desktop Services (RDS) currently available for production deployments in Azure, AWS, GCP and hybrid/on-prem deployments. We have made many feature enhancements for the RDS solution track, providing even more value for optimizing EUC implementations.

Further details will be announced soon for the upcoming release. If you’re heading to Microsoft Inspire (July 14th to 18th in Las Vegas), please be sure to stop by to see us at booth #1806. We will be giving demos of CWMS V5.3 and WVD.

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