Enterprise Mode for Windows Internet Explorer 11 will provide improved Internet Explorer 8 compatibility, and tools to manage which web apps use it. This session is a deep-dive on deploying and managing Enterprise Mode, as an interim solution until legacy web apps can be upgraded to modern standards. By decreasing the dependency on older browsers, customers can stay up to date with Windows, services like Office 365, and Windows tablets.
You may be looking at deploying Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) to support Microsoft Office 365, implement authentication to cloud applications or integrate diverse identities from partners and other organizations. Whatever your reason, AD FS will become a key component for authentication and access and as such must be scalable, highly-available and fault tolerant. Come to this session and learn how to design AD FS farms to support different scenarios and how to rapidly deploy them. The session covers the Windows Server 2012 R2 version of AD FS.
Recent updates to Mobile Services make it easier than ever to add a mobility layer to existing enterprise systems and data. Learn how you can take advantage of key features like authenticating users via Active Directory, easily configuring a point-to-point connection between on-premises assets like Oracle or SAP and a Mobile Services backend, offline sync, and more.