Following on from yesterday’s post on Windows Server 2016 sessions from Build 2016, today we have the Windows 10 related sessions. Strictly speaking, some of these aren’t Windows 10, instead I’m also including the Windows Store for Business as well as identity sessions, as these are closely related. I’ll split this update into multiple posts so as to not overwhelm, as there were plenty of good Windows 10 related sessions that may of interest to you. Today I’ll focus on the more business desktop related features, and branch out in tomorrow’s post. Remember, that while some of the Build content is developer focused, it’s worth watching because it’s giving a heads up for what to expect in the future.
Enterprise Apps and the Windows Store for Business
Windows 10 offers new solutions for building, selling and deploying apps to organizations. The Windows Store for Business enables apps to be acquired in bulk and the ability to publish LOB apps to your own organization or another organization. The Windows Store for Business also offers multiple licensing and deployment options to enable organizations of any size to use your app. In this session, learn how to maximize the capabilities of the store whether you develop in-house apps or are targeting your app to be sold to organizations. We will show the app lifecycle, including publishing, acquisition, deployment, and the best practices when building enterprise apps.
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Windows 10 Identity Overview
Windows 10 is an exciting release from an Identity point of view with many new additions like Azure Active Directory Join, Web Account Manager, Microsoft Passport, and Windows Hello. This session is a high-level overview of the new Identity features and how they fit with each other. The viewers are expected to walk away with a clear mental model for user Identity on Windows 10.
Enterprise Data Protection: Building Windows Apps that Keep Work and Personal Data Separate and Secure
IT’s biggest challenge is how to manage access to work data for a mobile workforce, where phones and laptops with sensitive data are lost or recycled, employees switch companies, and data lands on personal devices. Windows 10 provides a way for trusted apps to safely handle work and personal, so enterprises can manage their data without destroying personal data or boxing in the user experience. This session will cover how to call the APIs for creating a trustworthy app that complies with enterprise data policy, while providing a safe and uncompromised personal experience.
Managing Windows in an Enterprise: Empower Your Users & Protect Your Data
Enabling people to access their corporate apps and data on their devices, whether in the office or on the road, doesn’t need to be a challenge. Windows 10 helps protect corporate resources though mobile device management, data protection, and identity both from on-premises and in the cloud. This session will explain how Windows 10 can help organizations give people the best apps to do their jobs while reducing costs and keeping data safe.
Bringing Desktop Apps to the UWP Using Desktop App Converter
Enabling existing desktop applications (Win32, .NET, etc.) to become part of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) ecosystem is a key part of the Windows 10 vision. This session will cover the technologies that will enable you to convert your existing desktop application to a UWP app. We’ll demonstrate how to use the Desktop App Converter and Desktop Conversion extensions to take advantage of UWP features to enhance your app.
Windows in the Enterprise
Windows 10 is seeing great momentum in the enterprise. What does it mean for you as either an IT Professional or Enterprise Developer? Rob Lefferts will look at the things you should know about Windows today and how you should think about it in your organization going forward.
Project Centennial: Bringing Existing Desktop Applications to the Universal Windows Platform
Enabling existing desktop applications (Win32, .NET, etc.) to become part of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) ecosystem is a key part of the Windows 10 vision. This session will cover in detail the technologies that will enable you to convert Bring your desktop application to a UWP app. We’ll demonstrate how to take advantage of UWP features to further enhance your app.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is a new service built into Windows 10 enabling enterprises to detect, investigate, and respond to advanced attacks on their networks. Windows Defender ATP adds a new “post-breach” layer of protection to the Windows 10 security stack. Combining client technology with cloud-based analytics, Windows Defender ATP is able to detect attackers and threats that have evaded other defenses, and enables enterprises to investigate the potential scope of breach across endpoints, and providing relevant Threat Intelligence and response recommendations. In this session we will show you an end-to-end demo, starting with an attack and investigating the attack using the Windows Defender ATP portal.