Tech.Ed Keynote Features Rugby-themed Azure Services Demo from Intergen

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Microsoft's opening keynote for their Tech Ed event this morning featured an Azure Services, Rugby-themed demonstration provided by Intergen. The demo featured the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), and enables ARU officials, videographers and journalists to share content using the Microsoft Cloud platform.

The demo, which also included integration with Office 365, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Microsoft Lync, took several months for Intergen to create. Intergen's CTO, Chris Auld, stated that "It's putting Rugby and down under technical skills on the world stage. We had an existing relationship with Australian Rugby Union, and thought of them when Microsoft approached Intergen to build a keynote-level cloud-focused demo."

Microsoft's opening keynote for their Tech Ed event this morning featured an Azure Services, Rugby-themed demonstration provided by Intergen. The demo featured the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), and enables ARU officials, videographers and journalists to share content using the Microsoft Cloud platform.

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