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Microsoft has bid for the $10 billion JEDI contract and employees are protesting the use of Microsoft technology for acts of war.
IBM says the current demand for JEDI to be created by a single vendor will harm competition and be too restrictive.
Ongoing legal debates between Oracle and the U.S. government regarding the War Cloud project have delayed the announcement of a winner between Azure and AWS.
The company has joined its major cloud storage competitors in agreeing to CMA stipulations in the UK. Microsoft says it will now keep inactive OneDrive accounts open if they are paid, and will also warn users of any account closures.
Amazon could lodge a complaint over the awarding of the $10 billion JEDI contract to Microsoft, after a process that was steeped in controversy.
An upcoming book by Trump's former Defense communications director says the president told Mattis to deny Amazon the JEDI contract.
Microsoft has won a contract to provide Office 365 and email to the Interior Department, regaining it from Google after its previous iteration resulted in a legal battle.
Microsoft’s Office 365 will become the productivity software after the DoD announced the DEOS contract winner.
The JEDI contract winner between Azure and AWS is expected to be announced soon, but the Pentagon has started to review the contract.
Donald Trump is getting involved in the JEDI war cloud contract, which could lead to a multi-vendor project being created.
Microsoft will provide all but 2 of Australia's government agencies with Office 365, Windows 10, and other software. It will also provide vital Azure training to 1,400 employees.
The Department of Defense has said the JEDI cloud defense contract will go to either Azure or Amazon Web Services.
With its pending security clearance and massive Office 365 infrastructure, Microsoft is a favorite for the Pentagon's $8 billion, 10-year office and calendar contract.
The Pentagon's $1.76 Billion contracts will include a number of services, including technical support, product engineering, and source code adjustments.
Microsoft says Multi-Cloud is not cost effective or efficient for any customers apart from large organizations and warns businesses to avoid third-party management tools.
In an open letter to staff, Satya Nadella expresses disgust over Trump administration immigration policies, but fails to properly address Microsoft involvement with the Immigrations and Customers Enforcement (ICE).
According to a survey, OneDrive is deployed in 51% of companies worldwide, beating out Google Drive and Dropbox by a significant margin. The solution is most popular in large businesses.
The company has confirmed that its cloud products will comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from the moment the law is enacted on May 25, 2018.
According to the U.S. Defense Department, Microsoft will only be giving source code rights through its own blue-badge employees. The knowledge will be used to improve the Defense Department's internal systems.
BT has announced a collaboration with Microsoft to use Azure for its new BT Compute solution. The service offers a hybrid cloud product that lets large organizations mix BT’s own cloud features with those of Azure.