Ignite 2016 – Windows Store for Business Recordings

Now that another Ignite is over there is a plethora of fresh video content to review. Previously channel9.msdn.com would have been the place to go to catch up on what was missed, but this year the recordings are over on ignite.microsoft.com. This post focuses on the Windows 10 Store for Business relaed sessions that are available for on-demand viewing.

Bring existing desktop apps to the Universal Windows Platform (Project Centennial)

Enabling existing desktop apps to become part of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) ecosystem is a key part of the Windows 10 vision. This session covers the technologies that will enable you to bring your desktop app to UWP. We demonstrate how to take advantage of UWP features to further enhance your app and how the Desktop Bridge enables you to gradually migrate your code.


Simplify app discovery and distribution with Windows Store for Business

Microsoft Windows Store for Business is the place where IT decision makers and administrators find, acquire, manage, and distribute apps to Windows 10 devices. Join us to see Store for Business in action to experience both the IT Pro and user experiences.

Dive deeper into Windows Store for Business

Microsoft Windows Store for Business is one place for organizations to find, acquire, manage, and distribute Windows 10 apps in volume across your organizations. This session provides a deep dive into Windows Store for Business, options for managing and distributing apps, including integration with EMM/MDM solutions.

Increase app engagement and revenue with the Windows Store and Dev Center

Learn about new features the Microsoft Windows Store and Dev Center is adding to help developers attract and engage users, and monetize their apps. Learn how adding apps to the Store is easier than ever, find ways to deeply analyze what your users are doing through analytics and direct feedback and how to bring the products you build to the entire family of Windows devices around the globe.

Develop for the Universal Windows Platform on Windows 10: What’s New

The Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the second large update to Windows 10 since its initial release in July 2015. With that, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) was introduced, to build apps for Windows 10 phones, tablets, PCs, IoT devices, Microsoft Surface Hub, Xbox and HoloLens. In this sessions, we go over the new UWP capabilities ranging from app deployment improvements, enabling your existing desktop apps to take advantage of UWP to exciting new capabilities to drive app engagement on all your devices.

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