Enterprise Mobility Exchange 2014

Join me in Las Vegas for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange at Caesars Palace on October 27-28. I'll be discussing the current state of enterprise mobility as well as future trends that definitely need to be on your radar.  I'll also be talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon and how sensors, beacons, and real-time telemetry... Continue Reading →

Deploying Windows Phone apps for the Enterprise

In the latest edition of Inside Window Phone, I joined Matthijs Hoekstra to discuss the different ways you can deploy Windows Phone apps in the enterprise. Sharing my knowledge and helping others never stops, so connect with me on my blog at http://robtiffany.com , follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RobTiffany and on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/robtiffany

Mobile Enterprise App Platform (MEAP)

In this week’s episode of “Inside Windows Phone,” Matthijs Hoekstra and I discuss how to build the Microsoft Mobile Enterprise App Platform (MEAP). Mobility is the top priority for Chief Information Officers (CIOs) today.  To drive their business, they must empower their mobile employees by unlocking the value of their enterprise systems.  To do this,... Continue Reading →

Enterprise Mobile Management with Intune

In this week's episode of "Inside Windows Phone," Matthijs Hoekstra and I discuss enterprise mobility management with Microsoft Intune. Yes, we covered exciting acronyms like EMM, MDM, MAM, MIM and MCM. - Rob Sharing my knowledge and helping others never stops, so connect with me on my blog at http://robtiffany.com , follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RobTiffany and on LinkedIn... Continue Reading →

Computer Science Education Week

It's Computer Science Education Week so I'm hoping teachers and volunteers everywhere will spend an hour teaching your students how to write code. Learning how to program computers changed my life and I know it can do the same for millions of young people who are looking to try something new and exciting. I started... Continue Reading →

Proximity Sensors and Bluetooth in Windows Phone 8

During this video, Andy and I cover local communication with Windows Phone 8. After a Bluetooth overview, we show you how to use Bluetooth from an application, Near Field Communications (NFC), bump-to-connect, as well as the proximity API functionality. Be sure to check out previous Windows Phone 8 Jump Start videos from Rob and Andy: Introducing Windows Phone... Continue Reading →

Network Communications in Windows Phone 8

During this video, Andy and I show developers how to leverage patterns for the asynchronous use of networking APIs in Windows Phone 8. Topics include WebClient, HttpWebRequest, Listener Sockets, Web Services, OData V3, Data Compression support, Simulation Dashboard, Data Sense and apps. Storing data in Skydrive, encryption and authentication are also covered. Accessing services running on localhost from... Continue Reading →

App to App Communication in Windows Phone 8

Learn all about app to app communication in Windows Phone 8. In this video, Andy and Rob demonstrate app to app communication in Windows Phone 8. Topics such as auto-launching with File and Protocol Associations (URI), launching apps to handle particular File Types, and launching one app from another are covered. Be sure to check... Continue Reading →

Using Phone Resources in Windows Phone 8

In this video, Andy and I demonstrate how to leverage a variety of Windows Phone 8 resources. Working with Launchers and Choosers, using Contacts and Calendars (SaveAppointment Task, Custom Contacts API), taking still images and manipulating video streams (Camera APIs,  lenses), working with the Windows Phone Microphone and Sensors (such as the Motion sensor) and working... Continue Reading →

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