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2007 to 2013 Upgrade? Mission (im)Possible! Session Info
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 12:45 PM
  • Room: AvePoint Collaboration Theatre
  • Track: General Content
  • Session Type: AvePoint Collaboration Theatre

Hear from Ensyst and Domain Principal Group as they share their experience in upgrading from SharePoint 2007 to 2013. They’d share their blueprint for success and productive tips that you can take away for your upcoming upgrade project.

Absolute Beginners Guide to Windows 8 App Development Session Info
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 6:30 PM
  • Room: Meeting Rooms 5&6
  • Track: Developer Tools & Application Lifecycle
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: Visual Studio, Windows and Windows RT
  • Technical Level: 200

This session is the absolute beginners guide to getting started with building Windows8 Apps. We will cover some tools and tips to get you started.

Active Directory Deployment and Management Enhancements
  • Speakers: John Filippis
Session Info
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 9:45 AM
  • Room: TLC - Theatre 3
  • Track: Technical Learning Centre
  • Session Type: Instructor-Led Lab (ILL)
  • Technical Level: 200

In this lab, learn how to deploy Active Directory Domain Controllers with Windows Server 2012. Deploy domain controllers using the new Server Manager, as well as deploying remote domain controllers using Windows PowerShell. Also, explore the new Active Directory Management Tool and use its PowerShell History Viewer.

Active Directory Deployment and Management Enhancements
  • Speakers: John Filippis
Session Info
  • Day: Thursday
  • Time: 9:45 AM
  • Room: TLC - Theatre 3
  • Track: Technical Learning Centre
  • Session Type: Instructor-Led Lab (ILL)

In this lab, learn how to deploy Active Directory Domain Controllers with Windows Server 2012. Deploy domain controllers using the new Server Manager, as well as deploying remote domain controllers using Windows PowerShell. Also, explore the new Active Directory Management Tool and use its PowerShell History Viewer.

Adding PowerShell Support to Enterprise Apps Session Info
  • Day: Thursday
  • Time: 8:15 AM
  • Room: Central C
  • Track: Developer Tools & Application Lifecycle
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: Visual Studio
  • Technical Level: 200

This session is designed for software developers and application architects who are designing applications that are being designed in secure data centres and that need to provide devops team members with management tooling to administer the system. By attending this session developers and architects will learn how design and deploy PowerShell Cmdlets along-side their application to improve the applications overall manageability.

Administering Office 365 for Small Business - 74-324 Session Info
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 3:30 PM
  • Room: Exam Cram
  • Track: Technical Learning Centre
  • Session Type: Exam Cram
  • Technical Level: 100

The Administering Office 365 for Small Business Exam Cram session will prepare you to take the 74-324 Certification exam through a mixture of course work and real world exam questions. These skills are key to administering Office 365 for Small Business clients and are especially designed for Microsoft partners looking to achieve a Small Business Competency. This session will also provide you with a greater insight on the capabilities and opportunities around the Office 365 product fof SMB customers.

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Windows Modern Apps and Sideloading Options Session Info
  • Day: Thursday
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Room: Meeting Rooms 5&6
  • Track: Windows Client, Access & Management
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: System Center, Windows Server, Windows and Windows RT
  • Technical Level: 300

Are you interested about the real field experience of engineers and consultants all around the globe about their biggest challenges with Windows Modern Apps? If the answer is yes, join this session and examine first how Windows Modern Apps work under the hood beginning with the architecture, design reasons and all about Process Lifetime Management. Then we continue and talk about the biggest challenges we have in the field and show you all Sideloading options; starting from PowerShell, over Group Policy to SCCM 2012 SP1 and CompanyStore from Codeplex.

Are You Securing Your Rich Client Apps on the Server? An Introduction to Web API Security Session Info
  • Day: Friday
  • Time: 11:30 AM
  • Room: Meeting Room 6
  • Track: Developer Tools & Application Lifecycle
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: Developer Tools and Technologies, Visual Studio, Web Development, Windows and Windows RT, Windows Phone
  • Technical Level: 200

Today’s modern apps are increasingly moving towards richer experiences on the client as Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps become increasingly popular. Far from being the rich client apps of yore, today’s modern client apps are highly interactive with back end services and there’s no better way to deliver these than via Web API. The web poses all sorts of online threats which put not just our browser based apps at risk, but those consuming from web services as well. This includes everything from the threats posed by a man in the middle to weaknesses in authentication and authorisation schemes. What’s more, the risks tend to be more out of sight in the API world as they’re not as highly visible as websites loaded in the browser. But make no mistake, cyber attackers can easily sniff out insecure API implementations and many of them are being readily exploited. This session introduces attendees to the security paradigms available to them in Web API and consumable through Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps. It provides them with essential knowledge to ensure that the server interactivity provided to them within this new rich client world is properly secured at various levels as the principles of “defence in depth” are applied.

Avoid The End Of Days (Get Off XP Right Now) Session Info
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Time: 11:30 AM
  • Room: Arena 1B
  • Track: Windows Client, Access & Management
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: System Center, Windows Server, Office and SharePoint, Windows Azure, Windows and Windows RT
  • Technical Level: 400

The Mayas didn’t foresee the end of the world properly. Neither did Nostradamus or any druidic soothsayer with a handful of the insides of a goat. But one date you can bet on is April 8th, 2014. No, the skies won’t rain fire, but Windows XP and Office 2003 will no longer be supported products, and that is NOT a millstone you want to around your neck. Join Enterprise Client MVPs James Bannan & Kent Agerlund for a fast-track, streamlined guide to XP migration: pitfalls, recommendations, tools and most importantly, practical experience from the field...

Azure Mobile Services Deep Dive into Node.js Scripting Session Info
  • Day: Friday
  • Time: 1:45 PM
  • Room: Meeting Room 6
  • Track: Windows Azure Application Development
  • Session Type: Track Session
  • Tech Covered: Azure Mobile Services, Windows Azure, Windows Phone
  • Technical Level: 300

Azure Mobile Services makes it really easy to get a mobile backend up and running in minutes. Under the hood however it is a really node.js powered powerful platform that you can take much further than you might think BUT, you must script. Come to this talk and we'll do a deep dive into scripting with Azure Mobile Services. You'll learn how to leverage the power of npm and node to break all the limits!

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