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20140429 BUILD Briefing

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微軟 開發者大會 BUILD Windows Phone 8.1 & Windows 8.1 Update

微軟 開發者大會 BUILD Windows Phone 8.1 & Windows 8.1 Update

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  • 1. mobile cloud-first
  • 2. compute network storage 4 Megatrends For Growth! 2011  2016 5x increase 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone 905M tablets in use for work and home globally by 2017 85% of organizations will implement BYOD in their environments by 2020 >1B 200M 10.4M 160M Total world data to date last 2 years Devices + Services
  • 3.   
  • 4. Simple password Alphanumeric password Minimum password length Minimum password complex characters Password expiration Password history Device wipe threshold Inactivity timeout Device encryption Disable removable storage card Windows Phone 8 Remote device wipe (pull) Remote update of installed business apps Remote or local un-enroll Disable Camera Disable Bluetooth Disable Wi-Fi Disable telemetry data submission Disable Location Disable NFC additional configuration policies Disable Microsoft Account Disable roaming between Windows devices Disable custom email accounts Disable screen capture Disable copy & paste functionality Remote device wipe push Enterprise wipe …and there are more policies
  • 5. Open questions to Satya
  • 6. QUESTION: Hi. My name is Rob Mezza (ph). I'm currently a developer at Lob.com. I work on the Android platform, and I was wondering why I should consider using Windows. SATYA NADELLA: It's pretty straight, why build for Windows. That's the question, that's the question of the conference, that's the question of this morning, and I want to give you a very, very straight answer to it. You want to build for Windows because we are going to innovate with a challenger mindset. We're not coming at this as some incumbent trying to do the next version of Windows. We're going to come at this by innovating in every dimension, the dimension of hardware, the software experiences across the Windows family, and go after this in such a way that you see us make progress with rapid pace.
  • 7. QUESTION: At hackathons most of my friends and I want students who use our apps to be able to use them regardless of what devices they own. So do you have any plans for ensuring that apps developed on Microsoft platforms easily port over to other platforms? SATYA NADELLA: The first thing I would say is if you look at the platform itself that David went through, we're the only platform that has APIs with language bindings across both native, managed and Web. But we're also working with PhoneGap, we're working with Xamarin and of course Unity to be able to help you take what you build for Windows cross-platform, and that particular sort of sensibility of being able to take your code, leverage it across the Windows family itself with our tool chain, but to be able to take your core libraries cross-platform is something that you can expect us to continue to partner well with, use open source, but be very, very mindful about how we enable you to do that.
  • 8. QUESTION: Hi. I'm Dr. Nils (ph) from nsquared, headquartered in Sydney, Australia. When I first started working with Microsoft technology 20-something years ago, the vision was very much around a computer on every desk, and that's pretty much been achieved. So what's the vision for Microsoft going forward? SATYA NADELLA: Our vision, simply put, is to thrive in this world of mobile first, cloud first going forward. There is going to be more ubiquitous computing everywhere and there's going to be ambient intelligence everywhere. So that means every human interaction with another human, the human to machine interaction, as well as machine to machine interaction all get digitized. You get to reason over all this data to be able to, in fact, improve the fidelity of those interactions using techniques like machine learning. So that's the world that we are going into, and our goal is to really build platforms, create the best end-user experiences, the best developer opportunities and IT infrastructure for this ubiquitous computing or mobile-first, cloud-first world. And that's really our vision, and hopefully you got a glimpse of some of the steps we are taking across the entire Windows family in this morning's keynotes.

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