This week on Cloud News Review
Microsoft is now offering a multi-cloud service through Azure Australia Central. This new cloud based operation is accredited by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and allows Microsoft to offer more than 50 services through its Azure and Office 365 platforms.
Starting May 1st, you will no longer be able to use offensive language over Xbox or Skype. According to Econotimes, this new code of conduct for Microsoft is to crack down on people wanting to offend and use harsh language over the internet, these people are known as internet “trolls”. This code is implemented mostly for Microsoft’s gaming community but it will also be in affect for other affiliates like Skype for Business.
According to the Africon, Google’s Hangouts and Hangouts Meet app increases business productivity from GSuite. Hangout Meets is an online chatroom program that can hold up to 8000 members and can be used in conjunction with other Google apps like Salesforce and Trello. With that many people in possible attendance, your message can be sent to thousands of people at the same time.
Amazon Web Services had to go on a security evaluation to get registered to work with the Australian Government Agencies. The evaluation lets the government utilize AWS in over 46 different cloud services as well as provide government clients documentation to help customers evaluate its protected-level service offerings.