Printing has been a key role of computing since the beginning of the personal computer. While users have moved more and more towards smartphones and tablets as their primary computing device, many critical business functions, or common activities, still rely on printed output. This session will discuss how application developers can use Universal Windows Platform SDK to write Windows apps that print (on both PC and phone). This talk includes discussion of important industry standards like PWG Raster, PCLm, OpenXPS, and MS XPS. We will also cover UI considerations when implementing printing. Speaker: Justin Hutchings.
From PCs to tablets and smartphones, the security of our devices is of ever increasing importance both for enterprises and consumers. Scenarios such as mobile payments, ultra-high definition (UHD) content, and BYOD result in new requirements. The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) has become a more important component in Windows 10 by providing world class device security. This session will review the new features in Windows 10 that take advantage of TPM technology, review the new Windows TPM HW requirements, and discuss the considerations and steps necessary to make more secure Windows 10 devices. Topics include: Overview of TPM aware functionality in Windows 10, Review of Windows hardware security requirements, and Considerations for building more secure Windows devices with the TPM. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.