In the time since we updated this, Teams Live Events has gained ground in the broadcast/streaming space. We support Teams Live Events with our professional event management services, so our Event Producers work with it regularly. Since Teams Live Events has been surging in popularity, we thought we'd take the opportunity to update this post once again. So, here are 17 updated Teams Live Events facts for 2021.
Teams Live Event is a perfect fit for larger, one-to-many broadcast events you would like to offer publicly. The problem? Publicly offered Teams Live Events don't have integrated security options available to help keep your event safe from "Zoom Bombers." If you want to keep the crashers out, you can add security with our software. The bonus? You'll capture registration and attendance data as well. Win-win.
As larger events have migrated online, we’ve noticed an increase in the use of the Teams Live Events feature of Microsoft Teams. We recently gave you a rundown of Teams Live Events quick facts, and an overview of how to decide whether Microsoft Teams, Teams Live Events, or EventBuilder Streaming is the best fit for your event, but we didn't cover an important consideration with Teams Live Events: What’s the attendee experience like?