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Faites la différence en entreprise avec une productivité optimisée, une sécurité renforcée et des fonctions d’administration de votre flotte mobiles et de vos applications métiers

Faites la différence en entreprise avec une productivité optimisée, une sécurité renforcée et des fonctions d’administration de votre flotte mobiles et de vos applications métiers

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  • Timing: 5 minutes Key Points:Technology is playing an increasingly important role in people’s personal lives, and these consumer technology experiences are spilling over into their professional lives: People expect to be able to use the same technology at work as they use at home. The enterprise can realize a number of benefits from the consumerization of IT trend with the right approach. The key is to strike a balance between user expectations and enterprise requirements for security, privacy, control, and compliance.There are four key areas where Microsoft can help you to embrace and make the most of the consumerization trend: Windows-based devices; Security and management; Productivity; Application development. Script:As technology plays an increasingly important role in people’s personal lives, it is having a profound effect on their expectations for and use of technology in their work lives. People have access to powerful and affordable PCs and laptops, they are using mobile devices more and more, they expect “always on” connectivity, and they’re connecting with each other in new ways using social networks. Ultimately, they have more choice, more options, and more flexibility in the technology they use every day, and as that technology spills over into their professional lives, the line between personal and professional is blurring. People want to be able to choose what technology they use at work, and they increasingly want to use that same technology in all aspects of their lives, not just at work. In fact, according to a study by Unisys (conducted by IDC), a full 95 percent of information workers use at least one self-purchased device at work. The study also found that information workers “report using an average of four consumer devices and multiple third-party applications, such as social networking sites, in the course of their day.” Somewhat worryingly, the Unisys-IDC study further revealed a discrepancy between what technology employees report using at work and what their employers believe they are using: for example, “69 percent of [information workers] say they can access non-work-related websites, while only 44 percent of their employers report this to be the case.”For IT, it’s about striking a balance between user expectations and enterprise requirements. Consumer technology without a doubt poses some risks to the business—such as to security, privacy, and compliance. However, there are also many benefits to the consumerization of IT trend that businesses can capitalize on with the right approach. People love their consumer technology because it makes it easier for them to connect with each other, access and share information, and collaborate. Those same benefits are there for the taking for businesses. To achieve the right balance—to minimize the risks and maximize the benefits—in some cases could mean embracing certain consumer technologies into the workplace and in others it could mean providing enterprise alternatives that will keep both users and regulators happy.I’d like to break today’s discussion down into four areas where Microsoft can help you make the most of the consumerization trend:Windows-based devices. As the devices continue to evolve and change so does the way that individuals interact with those devices. New scenarios are created at home and at work. The challenge for IT is to have the flexibility to evolve their scenarios to meet the needs of the way people interact with devices without compromising control and security. With a diverse range of devices based on the Windows platform, you can meet your enterprise requirements while delivering an experience that your people will love. Security and management. Our philosophy for our security and management platform is to help you manage this proliferation of devices with a single pane of glass, whether from management tools in your own infrastructure or from cloud services. Today we’ll look at the investments that we’re making to expand our management capabilities beyond Windows to the other platforms in use in your business to help you protect your enterprise.Productivity. We’re continually evolving our productivity platform to deliver the kinds of experiences that people want and to make it easier and more fun to work and collaborate from any location, on any device. The success of Microsoft® Office 2010 speaks for itself: it is the fastest-selling version of Office ever. Nearly 50 million people worldwide now use Office Web Apps. With the system of Office 2010 server products and cloud-based Office 365, we’re providing the best productivity experience on Windows and a best-in-class productivity experience on other devices, enabling the kind of social and connected experiences that people want based on their consumer experiences while delivering the security and privacy that you require in the enterprise.Application development. Application development is as important as ever. And as the industry moves to address this with next-generation applications, we are investing in tools that will simplify and enrich the developer experience within their familiar development environment. Additional Information:“Unisys Consumerization of IT Benchmark Study: Summary Survey Results,” Unisys, 2010, http://www.unisys.com/unisys/ri/pub/bl/detail.jsp?id=1120000970004010071“A history of Windows,” http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/history“IDC Forecasts Worldwide Smartphone Market to Grow by Nearly 50% in 2011,” IDC, March 29, 2011,http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS22762811“Office 2010: A record-breaking first year,” Office Blogs, June 15, 2011, http://blogs.office.com/b/office-exec/archive/2011/06/15/office-2010-record-breaking-first-year.aspx
  • Slide - Windows family shared core (Metro Screens)Key Messages: This year we are dramatically extending our ecosystem by aligning with Windows 8, which can only grow the value to consumers and to you as enterprise customers. Think of all the developers and OEMs being able to scale apps not only across phones, but also across slates and laptops to create more services, apps, and devices for the market and maintain the predictable experiences users love. Talk Track:This is a big year for Microsoft and Windows, and Windows Phone is part of the Windows 8 wave.It’s the first time that all of our products come together; they not only look the same and work in the same ways, but they share common core operating system technology.Building on the same core technologies allows Microsoft to extend the ecosystem beyond phones to PCs and tablets to create one ecosystem that delivers added value to you as an enterprise customer, to software developers, and to our OEM partners. So today we are announcing that Windows Phone has adopted the same core as Windows. This will bring Windows Phone 8 and Windows together in amazing ways. Not only will you see a familiar Start Screen on Windows 8 and Windows Phone devices, but underneath they will share the same core components: This does two key things:It provides incredible opportunities for consumers, app developers and hardware manufacturersIt sets Microsoft and Windows Phone up for long-term sustainable and rapid innovation.
  • Slide - Windows Phone 8 Key MessagesKey Messages:In this context we are continuing our journey to bring a phone that builds a bridge between compelling business user experiences and enterprise technology from Microsoft that IT knows . IT organizations as well as business users know and use Microsoft products every day. Talk Track:Windows Phone bridges the divide between what users want from a smartphone and what organizations require from those who use smartphones for personal and business purposes. Microsoft has designed the Windows Phone 8 operating system to build that bridge. Users can easily get up and running with a Windows Phone that has all the familiar office tools such as Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in and ready to go. IT departments can build on the known security of the platform and easily deploy Windows Phone within their existing infrastructures. No other smartphone delivers the same no-compromise experience with Microsoft tools and services.Fully functional Office applications: Windows Phone 8 is built on technology that business customers know and trust. With enhancements in all areas, Windows Phone delivers value to all business customers, in any industry, and of any size.With Windows Phone 8, we are adding key capabilities required by IT departments to approve Windows Phone as a smartphone for their organizations. Windows Phone 8 will have the strongest device encryption of any smartphone platform. Wide support for most Microsoft servers and services: Windows Phone remains the leading smartphone that is easy to deploy in a Microsoft IT infrastructure, whether it’s on-premises (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync) or in the cloud (Office 365). With the advanced in-device management as well as private app distribution (does not require Marketplace) for LOB applications using Microsoft mobile device management, Microsoft now has a complete offering for businesses of all sizes.Windows functionality that companies know and trust: With Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in, customers get the tools they are familiar with to communicate and collaborate with teams, customers, and partners. Windows Phone is the only smartphone that includes full editing capabilities for Office documents with a built-in version of Office Mobile.
  • Slide - Windows Phone 8 Key MessagesKey Messages:In this context we are continuing our journey to bring a phone that builds a bridge between compelling business user experiences and enterprise technology from Microsoft that IT knows . IT organizations as well as business users know and use Microsoft products every day. Talk Track:Windows Phone bridges the divide between what users want from a smartphone and what organizations require from those who use smartphones for personal and business purposes. Microsoft has designed the Windows Phone 8 operating system to build that bridge. Users can easily get up and running with a Windows Phone that has all the familiar office tools such as Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in and ready to go. IT departments can build on the known security of the platform and easily deploy Windows Phone within their existing infrastructures. No other smartphone delivers the same no-compromise experience with Microsoft tools and services.Fully functional Office applications: Windows Phone 8 is built on technology that business customers know and trust. With enhancements in all areas, Windows Phone delivers value to all business customers, in any industry, and of any size.With Windows Phone 8, we are adding key capabilities required by IT departments to approve Windows Phone as a smartphone for their organizations. Windows Phone 8 will have the strongest device encryption of any smartphone platform. Wide support for most Microsoft servers and services: Windows Phone remains the leading smartphone that is easy to deploy in a Microsoft IT infrastructure, whether it’s on-premises (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync) or in the cloud (Office 365). With the advanced in-device management as well as private app distribution (does not require Marketplace) for LOB applications using Microsoft mobile device management, Microsoft now has a complete offering for businesses of all sizes.Windows functionality that companies know and trust: With Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in, customers get the tools they are familiar with to communicate and collaborate with teams, customers, and partners. Windows Phone is the only smartphone that includes full editing capabilities for Office documents with a built-in version of Office Mobile.
  • Slide - Windows Phone 8 Key MessagesKey Messages:In this context we are continuing our journey to bring a phone that builds a bridge between compelling business user experiences and enterprise technology from Microsoft that IT knows . IT organizations as well as business users know and use Microsoft products every day. Talk Track:Windows Phone bridges the divide between what users want from a smartphone and what organizations require from those who use smartphones for personal and business purposes. Microsoft has designed the Windows Phone 8 operating system to build that bridge. Users can easily get up and running with a Windows Phone that has all the familiar office tools such as Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in and ready to go. IT departments can build on the known security of the platform and easily deploy Windows Phone within their existing infrastructures. No other smartphone delivers the same no-compromise experience with Microsoft tools and services.Fully functional Office applications: Windows Phone 8 is built on technology that business customers know and trust. With enhancements in all areas, Windows Phone delivers value to all business customers, in any industry, and of any size.With Windows Phone 8, we are adding key capabilities required by IT departments to approve Windows Phone as a smartphone for their organizations. Windows Phone 8 will have the strongest device encryption of any smartphone platform. Wide support for most Microsoft servers and services: Windows Phone remains the leading smartphone that is easy to deploy in a Microsoft IT infrastructure, whether it’s on-premises (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync) or in the cloud (Office 365). With the advanced in-device management as well as private app distribution (does not require Marketplace) for LOB applications using Microsoft mobile device management, Microsoft now has a complete offering for businesses of all sizes.Windows functionality that companies know and trust: With Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in, customers get the tools they are familiar with to communicate and collaborate with teams, customers, and partners. Windows Phone is the only smartphone that includes full editing capabilities for Office documents with a built-in version of Office Mobile.
  • Key Messages:Enterprise Mobile device management policies and reporting, comparison with EAS. We have added a few important policies such as device encryption required and blocking of external micro SD cards.Talk Track:Exchange ActiveSync comes with a variety of security related password policies and enables remote wipe of Windows Phone. Enterprise mobile device management tools can deliver the same policy set, and more and are able to report on Windows Phone configuration settings and device information and status.If you want to block the use of SD cards by your Windows Phone users, a mobile device management system will be required. Reporting focuses at delivering information about the device for asset management purposes and making sure the device is correctly configured so the user can access the appropriate corporate resources and download and install business application from the corporate app catalog.Transition to next section: Let’s have a look at the LOB app support we are delivering in Windows Phone 8 and how those get installed on Windows Phone.
  • Slide - Windows Phone 8 Key MessagesKey Messages:In this context we are continuing our journey to bring a phone that builds a bridge between compelling business user experiences and enterprise technology from Microsoft that IT knows . IT organizations as well as business users know and use Microsoft products every day. Talk Track:Windows Phone bridges the divide between what users want from a smartphone and what organizations require from those who use smartphones for personal and business purposes. Microsoft has designed the Windows Phone 8 operating system to build that bridge. Users can easily get up and running with a Windows Phone that has all the familiar office tools such as Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in and ready to go. IT departments can build on the known security of the platform and easily deploy Windows Phone within their existing infrastructures. No other smartphone delivers the same no-compromise experience with Microsoft tools and services.Fully functional Office applications: Windows Phone 8 is built on technology that business customers know and trust. With enhancements in all areas, Windows Phone delivers value to all business customers, in any industry, and of any size.With Windows Phone 8, we are adding key capabilities required by IT departments to approve Windows Phone as a smartphone for their organizations. Windows Phone 8 will have the strongest device encryption of any smartphone platform. Wide support for most Microsoft servers and services: Windows Phone remains the leading smartphone that is easy to deploy in a Microsoft IT infrastructure, whether it’s on-premises (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync) or in the cloud (Office 365). With the advanced in-device management as well as private app distribution (does not require Marketplace) for LOB applications using Microsoft mobile device management, Microsoft now has a complete offering for businesses of all sizes.Windows functionality that companies know and trust: With Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile built-in, customers get the tools they are familiar with to communicate and collaborate with teams, customers, and partners. Windows Phone is the only smartphone that includes full editing capabilities for Office documents with a built-in version of Office Mobile.
  • Key Messages:Organizations can now develop Custom Hubs, that function as a one stop shop for employees to get data and apps from their company. This is a set of API to develop this kind of app, there is no Company hub included in the phone. Talk Track:Distribute one Custom Hub app to jump-start app discovery on the phone and provide additional information to the employees.Auto-update installed enterprise appsMaintain the same version of the app on all managed phonesDisable a specific app by updating it to a stubDelete enterprise apps and their associated storage with un-enroll
  • Key Messages:Organizations can become registered entities that can develop, package, sign, and deliver custom apps to their users.Talk Track:What are the principles of enterprise app support?Organizations can become registered entities (specifics for registration and cost have not been announced yet ).Registered organizations will receive an Enterprise ID, an enterprise certificate associated with the ID, and tools to sign tokens, apps and app packages. An app security token can be installed on the phone during enrollment process (enterprise management) but can also be distributed via email or other mechanism.Only phones with a token installed can run applications developed and signed by the same enterprise.Organizations can develop their own app catalog and use a ‘self-services portal’ app to publish and install apps from their catalog. The catalog can contain new apps and/or app updates. There is no need for organizations to certify applications to the Windows Phone store before distributing application to their users; app quality is left to the enterprise.Installation of apps is initiated by the users.
  • App Momentummentioned earlier, WP7 apps will run on WP8 devices.#3: And we’re happy to announce that we’ve hit A HUNDRED THOUSAND published apps.#4: I want to PERSONALLY thank EVERY DEVELOPER that got us where we are today.#5: That’s not just a big catalog. That’s an amazing PACE. We delivered our hundred thousandth app faster than Android.#6: We also have some great new app ANNOUNCEMENTS today.#7: I’m happy to announce that later today you can download AUDIBLE.#8: Another set of apps Windows Phone users can look forward to that Nokia has been VERY HELPFUL in bringing to the platform: ZYNGA will be bringing WORDS WITH FRIENDS and DRAW SOMETHING to Windows Phone users later this year.

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  • 1. Windows Phone : conçupour l’entrepriseValérie Rossi & Marlène ParrinDivision Windows PhoneMicrosoftWindows Phone : conçu pour l’entreprise
  • 2. productivité développementSecurité et administrationConsumérisation de l’ITLes 4 piliers de la stratégie Microsoft dans l’EntrepriseWindowsWindows Phone : conçu pour l’entreprise
  • 3. Une annéehistorique.Windows Phone : conçu pour l’entreprise
  • 4. Vous êtes unique.Votre Windows Phone 8 l’est aussi.Windows Phone : conçu pour l’entreprise
  • 5. 8 évolutions majeures pourWindows Phone 8
  • 6. SécuritérenforcéeReady for Business!Administration(MDM)Applicationsprofessionnelles& Hub EntrepriseCommunication& Collaboration
  • 7. Chiffrement du téléphone (BitLocker) comme sur les PCsSécurité RenforcéeDémarrage sécurisé (Secure boot) et code signé comme sur lesPCsPlateforme applicative protégée (sandboxing, certification)Internet Explorer 10 (sandboxé & sécurisé : antiphishing,SmartScreen) : on hérite de la version PC
  • 8. Exchange ActiveSyncAdministration & MDMMicrosoft Windows IntuneMises à jour “over the air” : plus besoin de Zune !
  • 9. Règles de sécurité et inventaireSimple passwordAlphanumeric passwordMinimum password lengthMinimum password complex charactersPassword expirationPassword historyDevice wipe thresholdInactivity timeoutIRM enabledRemote device wipeDevice encryption (new)Disable removable storage card (new)Remote update of business apps (new)Remote or local un-enroll (new)(NA)EASServer configured policy valuesQuery installed enterprise appDevice nameDevice IDOS platform typeFirmware versionOS versionDevice local timeProcessor typeDevice modelDevice manufacturerDevice processor architectureDevice languagePolicies EntrepriseEt inventaire Windows Intune
  • 10. Exchange ActiveSyncAdministration & MDMMicrosoft Windows IntuneMises à jour “over the air” : plus besoin de Zune !Solutions tierces de Mobile Device Management :Mobile Iron, Zenprise, Afaria, Airwatch, Symantec
  • 11. MDM tiersAirwatchhttp://www.marketwatch.com/story/airwatch-to-provide-immediate-device-and-application-management-support-for-windows-phone-8r-2012-10-23MobileIronhttp://www.mobileiron.com/en/company/press-room/press-releases/2012/366-mobileiron-supports-windows-phone-8-apps-and-devices-Symantechttp://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/symantec-provides-day-1-support-windows-phone-8-protect-mobile-enterpriseZenPrisehttp://www.zenprise.com/blog/zenprise-supports-new-enterprise-mobility-eraSybase Afariahttp://www12.sap.com/corporate-en/press.epx?PressID=19903
  • 12. Gestion des applications professionnellesApplications professionnelles & HubEntrepriseDifférentes méthodes de distribution des applications :Micro SD Card, serveur, mail, MDMHub Entreprise : Possibilité de créer un store privéprofessionel et de déployer via le MDM
  • 13. CommunicationsOutlook Mobile, calendriers & tâches, Lync Mobile, SkypeCommunication & CollaborationCollaborationOffice Mobile, OneNote, SharePoint, SkyDriveExtension géographique : 50 langues,191 pays
  • 14. La nouvelle gamme Windows Phone 8