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08
Thu

Part 2: Possible Use Cases for Microsoft Service Fabric

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I’m Excited About Service Fabric. Now What? In my last blog, I looked at some of the common pain points Microsoft Service Fabric can help developers with. This week, we’ll take a closer look at some possible use cases. Use Case A possible use case is for a social network where users can send messages […]

Filed in: Community, Digital, Mobile, Modernization, News, Technology

30
Wed

Building Cloud-Scale Enterprise Apps:
Our Take on Microsoft Service Fabric

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Microsoft just changed everything about enterprise app development with their announcement that Service Fabric will be released as part of Windows Server 2016. For years, our enterprise customers have requested the features of commercial Software as a Service (SaaS) applications in their enterprise. They want fault tolerance, high availability, resilience, elasticity, and near-zero downtime. In […]

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28
Fri

First Thoughts on Microsoft Office for iPad

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First Thoughts on Microsoft Office for iPad So Microsoft just released the Office apps for iPad today and if you are like me you were excited.  I support customers that use Microsoft SharePoint who also love their iPads and want to use them at work and while on the go.  Well up until now there […]

Filed in: Our Culture

29
Sun

The best reason to deploy Windows 8 in your Enterprise, is the Apps platform

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There are many reasons for deploying Windows 8 in the enterprise to replace Windows 7/XP such as the new security features like Secure Boot, Windows To Go, and its new mobility support.  But in my opinion, the most compelling reason is the new app runtime environment and the advantages this model gives me to provide […]

Filed in: Mobile, Modernization

30
Tue

How to create a Windows Store App side-loading install

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Recently we needed the ability to distribute our Windows Store app called eBriefing on locked down devices without access to the Windows Store.  This required that we create a version that can be installed using side-loading.  While researching this I found that there is no single place on the web where it clearly describes the entire process […]

Filed in: Mobile, Technology

30
Tue

Where is the Windows Store developer console?

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Finding the developer console for the Windows Store can be tricky.  A simple Google search of “Windows Store developer console” will not get you there very quickly, but if I type in “Android developer console” the first link is what I am looking for.  Is this some great conspiracy from Google?  I doubt it.  Maybe it is […]

Filed in: Mobile, Technology