Today I would like to show you how the newly available Microsoft Windows Store for Business works, and how you implement it for your Windows 10 Mobile users.
The most interesting part for Businesses with the new Store is the fact, that end users do not longer need a Microsoft Account (which is the former Live-ID or MSN Account long time ago), instead they can download and install applications from the store with their Organizational or what I would call them with the Azure Active Directory Account.
To activate the Business Store for your Azure Tenant, you will need to have an Account with the Global Administrator permission (Source). With this account, you can go on to this Location and sign-up for the Business Store. Continue reading
Last week I was surprised to find the Windows Intune Company Portal as a APPX file on the download area of the Microsoft Homepage. So I thought that it should be possible to use this Company Portal in the SCCM integrated Intune Scenario, rather than the old xap-File.
Hey, here is Martin again. I just was missing the SCCM relation of the Last Blog Post, that is why, I add this one, just to Show, that it is possible to run a SCCM Console on a iPad (not natively of course).
First you have to open the RemoteApp and add your Azure RemoteApps:
Hey, here’s Martin with a Blogpost about the common mistakes when you do your first Azure Remote App Deployments.
First, you can try this for free, just create a new Azure subscription, or add the Trial period to your existing: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/free-trial/ Continue reading