Chapter 8. Configuring Windows Media Services

Many organizations need to deliver a rich digital media experience efficiently to users. Audio and video files are often available to employees and to external users to communicate important information better. For example, an organization can store archived versions of company meetings and other presentations on an intranet server for later review. Some businesses provide audio and video content to their users as part of their business model. Users have come to expect a seamless experience that provides both live and on-demand access to various types of media. However, the process of sending media information over network connections and the Internet can create significant strains on network bandwidth ...

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