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LinkedIn announces multi-year migration to Azure

Microsoft LinkedIn is finally moving its platform to the Microsoft cloud. The company today announced a multi-year migration, with the service relocating its infrastructure to Microsoft Azure. The multi-year migration can take up to three years. The move is more than three years after Microsoft acquired LinkedIn for $ 26.2 billion. "Moving to Azure gives us access to a variety …

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Microsoft Intelligent Cloud, including Azure, is now the largest segment

Satya Nadella speaks at the World Economic Forum 2016 in Davos, Switzerland. David A. Grogan | CNBC The era of Azure is approaching. For the first time in more than three years, Microsoft's Intelligent Cloud reporting segment, which includes Azure Public Cloud, which competes with market leader Amazon Web Services, has more of Microsoft's overall revenue than the other two …

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Microsoft Azure recovered from Office 365, Xbox Live, and other services – GeekWire

A look inside a Microsoft data center at Cheyenne, Wyo. (Microsoft Photo) Thursday afternoon, as networking connectivity errors in Microsoft Azure also took out third-party apps and sites running on Microsoft's cloud. Microsoft's cloud services, including Office 365, Microsoft's Teams, Xbox Live, and several others, are used by Microsoft's commercial customers. The service has begun to recover at 2:30 pm, …

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Google's hybrid cloud platform for AWS and Azure – TechCrunch

Google's Cloud Services Platform for managing hybrid clouds that include local data centers and the Google cloud is coming out of beta today. The company also changes the name of the product in Anthos. This name refers to either a lost Greek tragedy, the name of an obscure god in the Marvel Universe, or rosemary. That would be interesting in …

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Why Volkswagen chose Microsoft Azure instead of AWS

Microsoft has experience in the automotive industry far beyond Volkswagen. The company has highlighted Aston Martin, Honda, Mazda, and the Renault-Nissan Alliance as Azure customers, and Nadella said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal in 2016 that Daimler, BMW, Ford, and Toyota are "significant customers of ours "[19659002]" I'm very excited about all the automakers that use Azure …

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Top Cloud Provider 2019: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud; IBM makes hybrid move; Salesforce dominates SaaS

Special feature The art of the hybrid cloud Cloud computing devours irresistibly more backend services that drive businesses. However, some companies have apps with privacy, security, and regulatory requirements that exclude the cloud. How to find the right mix of public cloud and private cloud. Read on Top cloud providers for 2019 have maintained their positions, but the themes, strategies …

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Microsoft explains a failure of Azure authentication when another one occurs

A headline with bad timing that would be weird if it were not so annoying, Microsoft's Multifactor Authentication System (MFA) used for Azure, Office 365, and Microsoft Windows Dynamics declined for the second time this month, just hours after the company released its results after a 14-hour hiatus on November 19. Azure Active Directory Multifactor Authentication Services went offline shortly …

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Microsoft Office 365, Azure blocks some people using multi-factor authentication

People are having trouble accessing their Microsoft Office 365 accounts. CNET You can use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to add an extra level of security to your Microsoft accounts. But this extra security could be the reason why you are being banned. On Monday, Microsoft customers using MFA were suspended from their Microsoft Azure and Office 365 accounts. Microsoft has confirmed …

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Office 365, Azure users locked after a global failure of multi-factor authentication – TechCrunch

Good morning! Unless you're a hosted Microsoft customer currently locked out of your account. Microsoft's cloud-based multi-factor authentication services have crashed on an early Monday morning around the world, requiring users who do not need to log in with a second logon authentication level for their account, such as a user account. For example, a text message, a push notification …

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