How the Cloud is Improving Major League Baseball in the 21st Century

Major League Baseball (MLB) debuted in 1876 and is the oldest professional sports league in the United States. In the almost 150 years since the first pitch was thrown, the game has essentially stayed the same. There are still four bases, three strikes send you back to the bench, and nine men are on the field. In some ways, baseball is a window to the past when life was simpler.


How Azure is Helping Create an Enhanced NBA Fan Experience

The NBA Playoffs are in full swing as the best basketball players in the world compete to become the champions of the 2021-22 season. Through a partnership with Microsoft, the NBA is taking advantage of the power of cloud computing to create an enhanced and more immersive fan experience with NBA CourtOptix.


Cloud Computing’s Impact on Sports

Cloud computing has been responsible for a number of significant changes to the world of sports. From the way elite athletes train to the fan’s experience in new stadiums, the cloud has been incorporated into improving the way sports are performed and consumed. Leading athletes, teams, and sports organizations are employing the cloud in a number of interesting and innovative ways. Here are a few of them.


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