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Beyond the Keynote: Apple's Detailed Enterprise Presentation Videos from WWDC 2014

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WWDC has always been the one time each year when Apple peels back the curtain of secrecy and previews what is to come. That is if you were one of the lucky ones to score a ticket. But in 2014, in what I think is an unprecedented display of openness, Apple has released every video of every WWDC session online and to the public. Last year, you needed to be at least a member of the developer program to view these. This year everyone can see.

Here are the three most directly focused on Enterprise. I hope you take the time to watch and comment. They really are worth your time.

Managing Apple Devices


Learn about the latest developments in managing Apple devices in an enterprise environment. Learn how MDM can be used to wirelessly configure settings, monitor compliance with policies, install apps, and remotely wipe devices, and how these capabilities can be integrated with in-house or third-party server solutions.

Building Apps for Enterprise and Education


Learn about data security, enterprise authentication, integration with back-end systems, app configuration methods, and the latest technologies for interacting with documents, accessories, and more. Get helpful tips for constructing your apps to meet the needs of schools and educators, as well as key requirement from IT. Perfect for everyone looking to get their apps in the hands of business professionals, educators, and students worldwide.

Distributing Enterprise Apps


Learn how to provision and deploy apps across your enterprise. Leverage key Apple programs such as the Volume Purchase Program and the iOS Developer Enterprise Program to get the right apps in the hands of your employees, contractors, and partners. Learn how to manage certificates and provisioning profiles to deploy your apps, and take advantage of mobile device management (MDM) tools to provide a seamless experience for your users. Gain insight into the complete app management lifecycle; from signing your in-house apps in Xcode, to distributing, managing, and revoking apps across your workforce.

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