Communications and Media

From the Spring 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine

OnWindows Communications and Media

Introduction: Bob De Haven, General Manager, Communications & Media, Microsoft

The way we access content today is significantly different from just two or three years ago. No longer dictated to by broadcasters’ schedules, we can now simply stream content as and when we want it.

With this in mind, the ability to stream content reliably, securely and cost-effectively has never been more important. On page 38, you can find out more about Microsoft’s Azure Media Services offering – the technology behind the record-breaking streaming for the Super Bowl, the Winter Olympics and the World Cup.

Download a PDF of the Communications and Media services section of the Spring 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine.

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