Connecting Cross Platform Devices using Windows Azure Mobile Services

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This is a recording from an MSDN webcast on February 5, 2013.

Abstract
People are getting more and more connected and moving away from computers to using more mobile devices than ever before. Tablets, phones, slates are becoming the new computers.

All these devices and applications also need data, synchronization, security and much more. The broad reach, the number of devices and apps and the big amount of different platforms existing today, are pushing the needs for scalable and high available solutions running on a solid cloud platform, like Windows Azure.

One of the killer features of Windows Azure is WAMS, Windows Azure Mobile Services. A solid platform to connect cross platform devices and to open up a big set of features needed to build mobile applications.

In this session we will give you an introduction to WAMS, show you its true power and demonstrate how it can be used on multiple platforms to have one common way of connectivity. In just a matter of minutes you can open up your data to mobile users across multiple mobile platforms, while keeping the flexibility of validation and queries. Need secure authentication or single-sign on using your favorite social identity provider, or want to send push notifications to the notify users of important updates? That and many more things can be achieved with Azure Mobile Services. 
Watch this demo-packed session to experience the power of Azure Mobile Services for building your mobile applications.
 
 

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Resources
- Scripts Kristof used during the live session.
- Read more about Windows Azure Mobile Services.
Have a look at the next events we have planned for developers in Belgium: http://msdn-events.be 
- Belgian app builders: discover your new home: http://msdn.be/apps AKA the Apps on Windows portal.

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