It's been nearly 6 years since Windows 7 was released. A lot has changed. Cybercrime is alarmingly sophisticated and frequent and has cost companies billions of dollars. Personal and corporate information co-exist on the same devices and data leakage is rampant. Cloud adoption has redefined corporate network boundaries and managing identity and access has become incredibly challenging. Mobile devices have changed user expectations. Everyone wants everything now, but it needs to be secure and easy to use. And it has to be cost-efficient!
The enterprise capabilities of Windows 10 were built with deep customer input and are designed to help IT departments address these challenges. Focusing exclusively on new innovations in security, manageability, deployment and servicing, this session will explain the why behind the new capabilities, how they work, and what you will need to prepare for them. While this is a technology-focused session, everything will be explained in a simplified, easy-to-understand manner with real-world examples of business value. As you prepare to enter a new era of personal computing, this is a session you won't want to miss!
Windows makes it easy to connect to your hardware via a single driver that can be leveraged on phones, tablets, PCs, IoT devices and servers. You will learn concepts of Windows driver development and understand an easy entry path to get started connecting hardware to Windows. We will show you different driver models and help you understand the best choice for your needs. By the end of this session you will be able to get started building drivers for Windows 10 devices, as well as other platforms, and have a solid understanding of Windows driver development concepts. Topics include: Overview of Windows Driver concepts and models, Introduction of Windows Driver Framework and its benefits, How to build a Windows Driver that runs on any Windows device, and Walkthrough of designing and building a simple device driver. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.
In the last couple of year Satya Nadella and used the term More Personal Computing multiple times to define the new era of devices that consumers will carry with them and on their bodies. In this session Neil will explore what it means to build more personal software for this next generation of more personal computers. Technologies covered will include, Cortana, handwriting recognition, gestural input, gaze, and identity. Hardware discussed will include wearables, sensors, phones and tablets. Neil will also explore Microsoft's new hardware technologies in this arena, including Band, Kinect, HUB, and HoloLens.
Join us for a deep dive into the troubleshooting tools available to Lync voice deployment engineers and administrators. We will dig into the logs and network captures. We will try to have a fun, but deep conversation on how you can, detect and troubleshoot call quality due to network issues. We'll touch on UCCAPI logs, XML, QoE reports, Network Monitor/Wireshark tools. We'll try to have fun with some log based analysis of a call that had or reported issues.