Category Archives: Cloud
Microsoft retires it’s OneDrive music streaming in Groove Music app on March 31, 2019. Data stored in the Groove Music service will be deleted up to 30 days after that. Personal music files will continue to be available in OneDrive. … Continue reading
Currently (March 4, 2019, 23:00) there seems to be issues with SharePoint Online from Microsoft. Users have problems accessing data such as lists or libraries of their accounts.
[German]Microsoft believes that the DNS issues that caused failures at various services, including Windows Update, in January/February 2019 have now been finally fixed. Meanwhile all Microsoft services should be usable again.
[German]Microsoft’s Office365 business customers are facing an outage of Microsoft’s Office365.com service since January 24, 2019. Exchange Online is partially not reachable, so email can’t be send or received. Today (Saturday, January 26, 2019) a status update about that outage.
[German]Short question: Can you reach Office365.com? It seems, that Microsoft Office365.com services has a massive outage in Europe, Africa and Middle East. I received two user messages on January 24, 2019, that Office365.com is not available.
[German]Anyone who currently has issues accessing the OneDrive cloud storage is not alone. It’s not your system, it’s Microsoft – the service is probably down at the moment. Also the Azure Data Lake Store is down..
It seems that Microsoft’s Azure didn’t work well during the last weeks. Again, Microsoft Azure service has issues since two days with login or performance.
A brief information for people who are using Outlook.com and have problems with the registration or the mail transfer. It’s not up to you or your systems, Microsoft has some problems with Outlook.com.
Microsoft is working hard behind the scenes to give its OneDrive clients new features. During the Ignite conference in Orlando last week some new features became known, If you like to know, what’s coming, Microsoft’s Stephen Rose has published a … Continue reading
Just a brief info for people who are engaged into Microsoft Azure and Cloud. At the Ignite 2018 conference Microsoft presented some new features of Microsoft Azure including cloud services.