Azure Communication Services | Enterprise-grade Video, Voice, & Chat experiences

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Introducing Azure Communication Services: a brand new platform that leverages the same enterprise-grade services behind Microsoft Teams through Azure to deliver video, voice, and chat experiences, and much more. CVP Scott Van Vliet, joins Jeremy Chapman to announce the public preview of Azure Communication Services, to discuss the significance of delivering these capabilities, and to show you how to build it.

Imagine taking the same chat, voice, video experiences, and capabilities of Microsoft Teams and making them available to any digital experience you want to build, tailored to your specific scenarios. You can now integrate the proven communications capabilities of Microsoft Teams across your apps, websites, mobile, and IoT platforms via Azure Communication Services with the same secure, compliant enterprise-scale foundation.

Built for the enterprise, you can now build secure connected experiences on your website that incorporate a variety of communications modalities. All this makes rich communication capabilities accessible, wherever your users might be engaging.

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 - Introduction

00:03 - What Azure Communication Services is

01:13 - Built for enterprise

02:14 - 5 Communications services

03:46 - Real world demo

06:49 - How to build it

12:14 - How it integrates with Microsoft Teams

► Link References:

The public preview of the Azure Communication Services SDK is available today at https://aka.ms/ACSPreview.

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