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What you need to do if you want to adopt Windows as a Service

I get a lot of questions and concerns about the Windows 10 servicing model and how that will affect organizations moving forward. Many of my customers are anxious about how they will ensure that their applications will handle changing Windows

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Posted in Application Management, Azure, ConfigMgr, Group Policy, Intune, Microsoft, Okategoriserade, SCCM, The Basics, Windows 10, Windows Insider, Windows Store for Business

How Windows 10 Cloud fits in

UPDATE February 4th 2017 – A leak Yesterday (February 3rd) the first leak of Windows 10 Cloud reached the hands of a number of news sites. Thurrott Windows Central Neowin As expected this Windows SKU seem to be limited to run Windows Store apps only, according

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Posted in Education, Microsoft, News, Okategoriserade, The Basics, Windows 10, Windows Store for Business

Get started with Project Centennial

What is Project Centennial? In short, a tool for app developers to quickly convert x86/x64 applications (.msi or .exe) into Universal Apps (.appx). The apps could then be distributed via Windows Store or Windows Store for Business. For more information, take a look

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Posted in Microsoft, Okategoriserade, Technical Preview, The Basics, Windows 10, Windows Store for Business

The “complete” guide to Windows Store for Business

First of all, the headline. I’m fully aware that this post may not be “complete”. I’m also aware of the nearly impossible task of writing about a cloud service in a way that makes the post complete. The development of

Posted in ConfigMgr, Intune, Microsoft, The Basics, Windows 10, Windows Store for Business