AEG, one of the world’s leading sports and live entertainment companies, is keeping business moving in this time of crisis using Microsoft Teams. So, when the time comes, fans can once again enjoy the legendary entertainment for which AEG is known.
This visual effects studio delivers on-time, on-budget performances with Microsoft Azure and Avere vFXT.
Reimagining interaction with hundreds of millions of fans
LaLiga uses multiple digital channels and conversational AI to craft extraordinary fan experiences and drive brand identity.
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See how a global digital marketing company relies on a comprehensive collaboration hub to support virtual teamwork across the enterprise.
The Miami Heat transforms fan engagement with a 360-degree customer view.
Tivoli Gardens continues its long tradition of imagination and innovation with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Insights.
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Microsoft becomes an Official Technology Partner for the NBA; together the companies will create a direct-to-consumer platform that delivers new fan engagement experiences and enhanced streaming capabilities powered by Microsoft Azure and its AI capabilities.
Solutions and guidance to help content producers and creators work remotely
Solutions and guidance to help content producers and creators work remotely.
Bollywood, blockbusters and a $5 billion USD industry: How Indian company Eros Now is redefining online video
Eros Now is working with Microsoft to migrate the company’s operations to the Azure cloud platform to improve video and viewing experiences for consumers worldwide.
Project Silica proof of concept stores Warner Bros. ‘Superman’ film on quartz glass
Microsoft and Warner Bros. have collaborated to successfully store and retrieve the entire 1978 iconic ‘Superman’ film on a piece of glass roughly the size of a drink coaster, 75×75×2 millimeters.
Microsoft and The Walt Disney Studios to develop ‘scene-to-screen’ content workflows
Microsoft and Disney Studios are delivering Azure cloud-based solutions to help accelerate innovation from ‘scene-to-screen’