With the introduction of Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1, it is now possible to write truly native cross platform apps with Windows Universal apps. Get an introduction to building apps that run on the Windows Runtime, supported on both smartphone, tablet, desktop and everything in between. The talk will cover the following and more - What are the new development tools and features for Universal apps - Changes to application life cycle management - Cross platform synchronization - configure once - Geofencing and geolocation based notifications - Publish one app to both the Windows and Windows Phone stores This is the first step towards native apps running across the Microsoft ecosystem, including phone, desktop and Xbox.
In this session we will take a look at some of the key considerations when we think about configuring the Hyper-V guests. We'll take a look at aspects such as memory configuration, virtual hard drives and more.
In preparation for the event, we recommend that you download the free, full-featured version of Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 as well these other free evaluations available for download:
Stale Hansen, the creator of Get-UnusedNumbers PowerShell script, walks through how phone number management is done throughout different Lync deployments. The session starts with some of the basics and quickly moves over to more advanced scripting and tools that can be utilized in user creation workflows and user management scenarios. Be sure to attend this session if you want tips on phone number management in your environment or customer deployments.
Today we are able to see a clear shift in how enterprises are targeted by malware engineers. The attack landscape has adapted to the new world and they now perform targeted attacks, especially over the social networks. Because guess what? The CEO, CTO, or even the girl next door has a social network account. Join this session and explore how social engineering has grown over time and examine lessons learned from the field on how to best mitigate those traps.