Microsoft Is Building A Crm Cloud For U.s. Government Users | Zdnet

I’ve asked to see if I can get more information. What’s Hot on ZDNet Tour de France: 12 tons of tech Speaking of the Azure Government Cloud , which Microsoft launched officially in October 2013 and made available in private preview form in March 2014 , Microsoft is “one step closer to general availability” with that offering. Microsoft is expanding the private preview to “more partner and customer solutions and workloads,” according to a July 9 blog post. The Azure Government Cloud, codenamed “Fairfax,” operates in specially constructed datacenters (Virginia and Iowa) close to government customers. These datacenters are isolated from Microsoft’s Azure public cloud.
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