Learn how companies can publish their line-of-business apps for deployment to Windows and Windows Phone, and then manage the lifecycles of those apps. The two platforms haven’t yet converged on a single mechanism for doing this, and this session helps you navigate the differences. This session provides overviews of each platform as well as what’s new for 8.1, including policy allowing only certain apps to run on Windows Phone, the ability to remotely install and uninstall apps from a Windows Phone, changes to line-of-business app deployment in Windows 8.1 Update, and more. Also, see how MDM vendors such as Windows Intune choose to abstract many of the differences and service both platforms in a unified way.
Configuration Manager gives users access to business applications on a wide array of platforms. In this session we provide a deep technical overview of the application model and demonstrate how an IT Admin configures applications for a variety of devices. This session includes Windows 8 app delivery to Windows 8 and 8.1, Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), Mac, Linux, Windows RT, Windows Phone 8, iOS, and Android inclusive of new functionality enabled by R2 and Windows Intune.
Windows makes it easy to connect to your hardware via a single driver that can be leveraged on phones, tablets, PCs, IoT devices and servers. You will learn concepts of Windows driver development and understand an easy entry path to get started connecting hardware to Windows. We will show you different driver models and help you understand the best choice for your needs. By the end of this session you will be able to get started building drivers for Windows 10 devices, as well as other platforms, and have a solid understanding of Windows driver development concepts. Topics include: Overview of Windows Driver concepts and models, Introduction of Windows Driver Framework and its benefits, How to build a Windows Driver that runs on any Windows device, and Walkthrough of designing and building a simple device driver. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.