Phoenix earn third Microsoft Advanced Specialization

We are proud to announce that we have been awarded another Microsoft Advanced Specialization, this time for Windows Virtual Desktop.

The Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop Advanced Specialization validates our deep expertise in deploying and scaling virtualised desktops and applications on Azure using Windows Virtual Desktop.

As organisations across the globe continue to rely on remote work, demand for Windows Virtual Desktops has grown rapidly across the UK Public Sector. Further growth is expected, with IDC predicting the total market opportunity for desktop-as-a-service will reach USD2.99 billion by 2021 as organisations increasingly seek scalable remote working solutions.

This third Advanced Specialization is hot on the heels or our recent announcements around us earning the Microsoft Adoption and Change Management Advanced Specialization and Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization.

We are really excited about this achievement and hope to be able to share more news soon as we continue to work towards more specializations in the coming weeks and months.

Ben Murden
Ben Murden

Ben has over two decades in the IT industry, delivering both online and offline campaigns across all platforms to meet business goals and objectives. Joining Phoenix in 1999 as a graphic designer, Ben has evolved over the years into a fully-rounded marketing professional, before being promoted to Phoenix Marketing Manager early in 2018, reporting directly to the MD. With his background in creative design, Ben takes projects from inception to execution and can identify the correct strategy based on the subject, audience, and goals – while increasing the brand profile and revenue. His passion for digital marketing is evident in everything he does, and both vendors and strategic partners often comment on his incredibly positive attitude to ‘make things happen’.

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