There’s nothing remote about the chances that Microsoft would make big improvements in nearly all aspects of the platform that is Windows Server. And Windows Server 2012 is no exception. In this instance, we’re going to discuss Remote Desktop Services – otherwise lovingly referred to as RDS.
“Lovingly? That’s a bit much, isn’t it, Kevin?”
Okay.. perhaps to you. But there are more and more people every day who depend upon this platform for bringing the Windows experience to the devices they love. So any technology that lets my users and my business get their work done from wherever, on whatever device; that’s something I love. It’s a true BYOD love story.
In today’s next-to-last (wow!) installment of our “31 Days of our Favorite Things”, my Milwaukeen friend Brian Lewis writes about the “three main buckets” of changes and improvements in RDS for Windows Server 2012:
- Management of Remote Desktop Services
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
- The RDP protocol
“’Milwaukeen’? Is that a word?”
I don’t know… Milwauker? Milwaukite? Milwacko? Milli Vanilli?
If you know the answer, please let us know in the comments.