Microsoft Prioritizes First Responders for Cloud Service
Monday, March 23, 2020 | Comments

Microsoft said it is working closely with first responder organizations and critical government agencies to prioritize their needs. As demand continues to grow, if the company is faced with capacity constraints in any region, Microsoft said it established clear criteria for the priority of new cloud capacity for Microsoft Azure.

“Top priority will be going to first responders, health and emergency management services, critical government infrastructure organizational use, and ensuring remote workers stay up and running with the core functionality of teams,” the company said in a blog. “We will also consider adjusting free offers, as necessary, to ensure support of existing customers.”

In response to health authorities emphasizing the importance of social distancing, we are supporting many large-scale corporations, schools and governments in the mobilization of remote workforces. Microsoft Teams is helping millions of people adapt to remote work.

The full blog is here.

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