This talk is especially for you if your business has membership cards, coupons, tickets or deals. We’ll be talking about new features for the Wallet that make it easy to get your content onto Windows Phone, even if you don’t have an app. There are new branding opportunities, support for relevant card alerts at the right time and place as well as ability to keep the card current through updates from the cloud. There is an end-to-end experience around travel, from buying a ticket, to checking-in, to getting the boarding pass. Wallet has added cross-platform capabilities such as support for iOS Passes and travel-specific actions in Gmail. There is a new tool you can use to create wallet cards quickly. Come see how you can use our lightweight platform to engage your customers on the next release of Windows Phone. Note: NFC functionality has been decoupled so that apps can now support NFC payments inside their own experiences. It will not be covered in this talk.
You have a brand new Office 365 tenant and during the pilot phase some of your users start complaining that things are going really slowly. Troubleshooting this issue is complicated and requires knowledge and tools, from the desktop through to the network, through to the Internet. This session will demonstrate how you can test, identify, and fix the ten most common issues and help you bring lightning speed and stability back into your user's experience of Office 365.
If you are considering Microsoft Office 365 you need to understand what compliance features and capabilities are available. These features may replace existing compliance functionality or create new opportunities to meet compliance obligations. This session will explore features and capabilities, such as data retention, data leakage protection and discovery and demonstrate usage in the Australian setting. The information presented is this session will help you navigate an organisational journey to Microsoft Office 365 by providing knowledge and examples to smooth the transition, whilst maintaining or enhancing regulatory compliance.
Visual Studio 2013 has been a small jump in version number from 2012, but don't be fooled – from your first time using it you discover it is the little things that make a big impact in your day-to-day development friction. In this session, Colin Bowern highlights the little changes from getting started to optimizing your app that make this a worthy upgrade for your tool chain, no matter the type of application you build.