Privacy authorities across Europe approve Microsoft’s cloud commitments

The following post is from Brad Smith, General Counsel and Executive Vice President of Legal and Corporate Affairs at Microsoft.

The EU’s 28 data protection authorities acted through their “Article 29 Working Party” to provide this approval via a joint letter. Importantly, Microsoft is the first – and so far the only – company to receive this approval. This recognition applies to Microsoft’s enterprise cloud services – in particular, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Windows Intune.


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