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More than 16,000 Microsoft partners gather at WPC
Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing, Cloud and Enterprise
Just a few short months ago in December, I reflected on the busy year just passing, and the tremendous strides our team had collectively taken to push the frontier of the Internet of Things (IoT). Back then, I promised “The coming year will truly be one for the books” — and how right I was! I couldn’t have known then that six months later, I’d be at an event, together with 16,000 of our ecosystem partners, watching Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella run through a demonstration of a customer solution that harnesses the technologies at the heart of Microsoft’s IoT platform. From that writing on the last day of 2013 to today, IoT – in all of its vast and thrilling potential – has literally taken center stage.
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Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise
I’m here in Washington, D.C., at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), spotlighting our Internet of Things (IoT) strategy and associated technologies.
Microsoft’s focus at WPC this year is the “five trends of the modern IT industry” — cloud, data, leadership, mobility and social — and it’s worth noting IoT’s clear relevance. Underscoring IoT’s tremendous opportunity across these trends as a business catalyst for our partners is a significant focus for me during the event, and we’re offering multiple IoT-related sessions — including one on using our new Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service — to help partners capitalize on the opportunity.
Posted By Karen RobertsSenior Partner Marketing Manager
It’s finally here: Today marks the kickoff of Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference, WPC 2014, here in Washington, D.C. and the Internet of Things (IoT) Industry team couldn’t be more excited about what’s in store for partners. After a full year of rapid growth for IoT, now is the perfect time to share our plans for continued leadership in the space, and reiterate the opportunity IoT represents for Microsoft partners.
If you’re wondering where you can find IoT at this year’s conference,
Posted By Windows Embedded Team
Earlier today, Microsoft announced a new Windows Developer Program for IoT – further evidence of our commitment to developing great technologies for the Internet of Things, and bring Windows to ever-smaller devices. We’ve also introduced a new Windows Developer for IoT portal, with documentation and examples to support the developer kits that will be shipped in small batches.
Posted By Windows Embedded Team
On Windows Embedded 8 Standard, if you attempt to use WEDU to search for updates and the scan fails with the following error in the log (wedu.log):
Application Version: 184.108.40.206
=== EXCEPTION ===System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x8024002E): Exception from HRESULT: 0x8024002E at WUApiLib.IUpdateSearcher.BeginSearch(String criteria, Object onCompleted, Object state) at Microsoft.Wedu.Mu.UpdateTarget.CreateScanJob(IAsyncResult ar, Func`1& IsCompleted, Func`1& AsyncState, Func`1& CompletedSynchronously) at Microsoft.Wedu.Mu.AsyncResultAdapter..ctor(AsyncCallback outerCallback, Object outerState, JobCreateDelegate innerResultFunc, AsyncCallback innerCallback) at Microsoft.Wedu.Mu.UpdateTarget.<DoScan>d__3.MoveNext()
The most common cause of this error is the presence of the following registry key with a value other than 0:
The workaround for this error is to either delete this registry key or set the value to 0.
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