Windows Embedded 8.1: Assigned Access and Windows Embedded Lockdown

Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager With the release of Windows 8.1 and Windows Embedded 8.1, a new capability called Assigned Access has been introduced. This post will compare Assigned Access with the existing (and improved for 8.1) embedded lockdown features. What is Assigned Access? Assigned Access is a new feature offered in…

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Windows Embedded deployment

Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager Hi everyone, With the release of Windows Embedded 8.1 and our alignment to the Windows code base, a significant amount of new capability and tools are now available. In a recent blog, we talked about management for Windows Embedded; in this post, we’ll focus on deployment. In…

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Managing embedded devices with System Center

Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager In this post, I would like to talk about the advancements we have made with our relationship with Microsoft System Center to manage Windows Embedded devices. As organizations today are looking to integrate intelligent connected devices into their existing distributed infrastructure (AD, Server, System Center), it has…

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What’s new for Windows Embedded 8.1

Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager Hi everyone. Last week, we achieved a major milestone within the Windows teams: the RTM of Windows 8.1 for both Windows and Windows Embedded platforms. In this post, I would like to share with you some technical highlights with the new release of Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry,…

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Amana: Showcasing Kinect for Windows and Windows Embedded in retail

Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager With Microsoft Build Developer’s Conference (//Build/) running at full speed, we wanted to share some information about a compelling demo solution shown on the show floor featuring Kinect for Windows and Windows Embedded 8 Industry in an engaging in-store experience developed for the Amana brand. The demo…

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Developing intelligent, connected industry device solutions with Windows Embedded

Posted By Jeff WettlauferTechnical Program Manager Today at the Microsoft Build Developer’s Conference (//Build/) the Windows Embedded team reached the next milestone in our product roadmap by building on Windows Embedded 8 – the Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Release Preview. This is a significant platform update to the Windows Embedded portfolio, furthering our engineering alignment…

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Avis ‘Select and Go’: Empowering a mobile staff with agile technology solutions

Posted By Jeff WettlauferTechnical Program Manager Hello from //Build/! This week, the Windows Embedded team is in San Francisco with several thousand developers to talk about the Windows platform – this includes showcasing the opportunity to build rich, connected, immersive app experiences on industry-specific hardware using the latest Microsoft tools and technologies. We wanted to…

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How Intelligent Systems Streamline Data Landscapes in Healthcare

Posted By Jeff WettlauferTechnical Program Manager Hi everyone. With the exciting release of Windows Embedded 8, and the amazing application experiences that are associated with this new platform, we wanted to talk about how, from the sensor to the cloud, a consistent data stream and application experience can be shared across a number of form…

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Intelligent Systems Defining New Retail Experiences

Posted By Kevin DallasGeneral Manager There’s been a tremendous amount of change in the retail industry the last few years—much of it at the expense of brick-and-mortar retailers whose chief competitors play by a slightly different set of rules and business requirements. Together with some of our device partners and retail customers, we’re designing solutions…

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Discovering Intelligent Systems at work in Manufacturing

Posted By Jeff WettlauferTechnical Program Manager Hey everyone, recently our Windows Embedded team was on a customer site visit in Europe, and we came across a fantastic example of Intelligent Systems in action. While we were touring an automobile manufacturing plant, we observed the line using electric screwdrivers like the one pictured below. They had…

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