HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, announced that it has earned the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialization. This is a validation of HCL’s deep knowledge, extensive experience, and expertise in deploying, scaling, and securing virtual desktop infrastructure on Azure.
Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skilling, as well as pass a third-party audit of their Windows Virtual Desktop technical practices, are able to earn the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialization.
Supporting secure remote work for employees is more critical than ever. By leveraging HCL’s Fluid Workplace Framework, customers can implement virtual desktops in a scalable, secure and cost-effective way. Partners with validated capabilities in implementing Windows Virtual Desktop can help customers deploy and navigate the licensing efficiencies it offers to deliver the most efficient solution for their organization.
The Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialization reaffirms HCL’s industry-leading expertise in the Microsoft services marketplace. The company currently has over 8,500 Azure-certified resources, and more than 50,000 Microsoft-trained professionals.
The HCL Microsoft Ecosystem Unit enables organizations to become more agile and adaptive enterprises using HCL’s innovative, specialized services across Microsoft’s solution stacks and cloud services including Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365, GitHub, Power Platform, and Dynamics 365.