After working with System Center Service Manager for five years, we've managed to learn quite a bit of what to do and what not to do. This session teaches you many of the DO's and DON'Ts on the technic, architecture, organization, and process side.
Organizational customers want consistent identities and access control across Active Directory (AD) and the software-as-a-service apps they rely upon, including Microsoft Office 365, salesforce.com, Box, WebEx, GoToMeeting, Concur, etc. This session covers how customers can enable Azure AD for SSO to hundreds of popular SaaS apps, along with configuring provisioning, federation, and password vaulting, and how to address the typical rollout concerns for enterprise-wide deployment of SaaS single sign-on.
Mobile continues to expand and evolve at a rapid pace. Users expect great native experiences in the palm of their hands on each and every platform. A major hurdle for developers today is that each platform has its own programming language and tools to learn and maintain. Even if you tackle the burden of learning Objective-C and Java you will still have to manage multiple code bases, which can be a nightmare for any development team large or small. It doesn't have to be this way as you can create Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Windows Store apps leveraging the .NET framework and everything you love about C#.