The Windows Azure Store allows developers who are building applications using the Windows Azure open cloud platform to easily discover, purchase, and use app services and data sets which enhance their Windows Azure development experience. Find out the what, how and why in this session about Windows Azure Store.
Today, users want access to corporate applications from anywhere, and on whatever device they choose to use, whether it is their laptop, smartphone, tablet, or home PC. IT departments are challenged to empower users with consistent, rich experiences across a wide spectrum of device types. Microsoft's User and Device Management solution helps reduce costs and improve IT efficiency by unifying the management and security for cloud- and on-premise-based PCs and mobile devices in an integrated infrastructure. With Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, and Windows Intune, Microsoft builds on a comprehensive, people-centric solution that empowers user productivity while supporting the management needs of IT. This session will focus on the value for IT in having a unfied device management strategy based on the solution stack mentioned above.
In this session the Randy will discuss core Windows Azure capabilities including: Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, Web Sites, Mobile Services, Storage, and the Building Block Services. A demo of Azure management portal through a simple ASP.NET web application will show the power of Windows Azure service deployment and operational model.
Windows 8.1 supports the use of fingerprint authentication for its own core scenarios such as buying apps from the Windows Store and purchasing music, to name a few. This talk will describe how your Windows Store apps can also use fingerprints to easily identify users for scenarios such as biometrics-based consent and quick sign-in.