Recently I’ve been involved in a series of events that have included content on Windows Store For Business, and there are some useful resources that I point people back to which are worth sharing here.
If you are using Intune standalone or as part of the Enterprise Mobility Suite, take a look at these two blog posts to begin with.
Silently push the Microsoft Intune Company Portal to Azure AD Joined Windows 10 devices
Block Windows 10 Public Store using Microsoft Intune (but still allow the business store)
Other pages you should take a look at are the following.
For App Developers looking to submit apps
Organizational licensing options
For those looking to deploy apps from the Windows Store For Business
Windows Store for Business overview
Distribute apps with a management tool
Distribute offline apps – this one explains the different files that need to be downloaded and the different license options
Project Centennial aka Windows Bridge For Desktop
These cover what’s involved in moving traditional Win32 apps to the Windows Store.
Bring your desktop app to the Universal Windows Platform
Converting your desktop app to use the Universal Windows Platform
Converting your desktop app to use the Universal Windows Platform (Project Centennial)
Desktop App Converter Preview (Project Centennial)