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5 Reasons Why Every Architecture Firm Should Consider Moving Revit to Azure Virtual Desktop


As the architecture industry continues to rely heavily on computer-aided design (CAD) software, such as Autodesk Revit, firms are constantly seeking ways to improve their workflows and efficiency.  

One solution that has been gaining popularity is moving Revit to Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD). AVD is a cloud-based service that allows users to access their Windows desktop and applications from anywhere, on any device.

Here are five reasons why architecture firms should consider moving Revit to Azure Virtual Desktop: 


With AVD, architects can access their Revit projects from any location and any device, making it easier to collaborate with remote team members and work on-the-go. This can increase productivity and efficiency, as architects can quickly access and work on their projects without being tied to a specific office or computer. 


AVD eliminates the need for firms to purchase and maintain expensive hardware and infrastructure to support their Revit software. Instead, they can rely on Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure to provide the necessary computing power, storage, and security. 


As architecture firms grow and take on larger projects, they may need to expand their computing resources quickly. AVD allows them to easily scale their computing power up or down as needed, without the need to purchase additional hardware or infrastructure. 


With AVD, architecture firms can leverage Microsoft’s industry-leading security features, including multi-factor authentication and Azure Active Directory. This helps ensure that their Revit projects and other sensitive data are protected from cyber threats. 


AVD makes it easier for architects to collaborate with clients, contractors, and other stakeholders on their Revit projects. By providing secure access to the software from any location and device, AVD can improve communication and collaboration among all parties involved in a project. 


In conclusion, moving Revit to Azure Virtual Desktop can bring significant benefits to architecture firms. From increased flexibility and scalability to enhanced security and cost savings, the advantages are clear. 

If you’re interested in learning more about how to make the most of Revit with Azure Virtual Desktop, be sure to register for our upcoming webinar Maximizing Productivity of Revit in the Cloud with Azure Virtual Desktop” on April 27, 2023. Our team of experts will share their insights and best practices to help you optimize your Revit workflows and achieve greater efficiency and productivity. 

Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity to take your Revit skills to the next level. Register now and start reaping the benefits of this powerful combination!

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Don’t forget to also check out our blog for more tips and insights on how to leverage Microsoft Modern Workplace to streamline your architecture workflows. And if you have any questions or want to learn more about our services, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to help you succeed!

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