Win8 in the enterprise

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Win8 in the enterprise

  1. 1. facebook.com/telerik @telerikWindows 8 in the EnterpriseChris Sellscsells@telerik.com@csells
  2. 2. My Three App Types• Entrepreneur Consumer• Enterprise Consumer• Enterprise Line-of-Business• Windows is used to build all of these apps on the desktop and theweb
  3. 3. Windows + EntrepreneurConsumer• ~60% of enterprise devs on their evenings and weekends• Entrepreneurs on all versions of Windows through-out history– Win8 and WP8 app stores catching up with iOS and Android• Primary concerns:– Uptake: most entrepreneurs have moved on to web and mobile– Business model: roll your own• Entrepreneurs generally fail or graduate to the next stage…
  4. 4. Windows + EnterpriseConsumer• Examples: Facebook, Bank of America• Windows owns the consumer PC market• Windows mobile solutions catching up with iOS and Android• Additional concerns:• Delight: DirectX-based GUI stacks (IE, XAML, DX11)• Scale: computers and services of all kinds on both client and serversides• Use without help: Windows style guidelines make apps familiar– Once a company makes money, it builds internal apps to reduce costs…
  5. 5. Windows + Enterprise LOB• Examples: expense reporting, paystub• Windows is a popular choice for building Enterprise LOB apps– WinForms and WPF on the desktop, WebForms and MVC on the web• Additional concerns:– ROI/saving money: great tools, languages and frameworks– Secure access: AD authentication and VPN to access intranet resources– Data storage: SQL on the client and the server– Data sync/offline support: Sync framework or SQL replication on desktop• No one seems to expect web sites to work offline– Private deployment: MSI, ClickOnce, intranet web access– Data integration/sharing: email Office files to your friends
  6. 6. Windows 8 Metro-style Apps• Windows 8 provides a new kind of app: “metro-style”– Pride in craftsmanship– Be fast and fluid– Authentically digital– Do more with less– Win as one
  7. 7. Windows 8 + EntrepreneurConsumer• Huge potential market (700M Win7 users)– First Windows app store– EOM support for a wide variety of devices– OS supports desktop, web and metro-style apps (hybrid OS)– Microsoft doesn’t give up; they will expand market share over time• Primary concerns:– Uptake: Win8 uptake more than Vista, less than Win7– Business model: built-in support for free, paid, trial, ads, roll yourown
  8. 8. Windows 8 + EnterpriseConsumer• Businesses are targeting consumers with Win8• E.g. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Dropbox, etc.• Additional concerns:• Delight: DirectX-based GUI stacks (IE, XAML, DX11)– 3 of the 5 metro design principles target “delight”• Scale: devices and services of all kinds on both client and server sides• Use without help: “Do more with less” principle
  9. 9. Windows 8+ Enterprise LOB• Windows is a popular choice for building Enterprise LOB apps– WinForms and WPF on the desktop, WebForms and MVC on the web• Additional concerns:– ROI/saving money: more tools, languages and frameworks (XAML, HTML,C++)– Secure access: AD auth and VPN to access intranet resources (not theSurfaceRT!)– Data storage: SQLITE recommend on the client– Data sync/offline support: No built-in sync/offline support– Private deployment: InTune– Data integration/sharing: Sharing contract (along with others)
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