Microsoft Activates Disaster Response to Help New Zealand Earthquake Victims

Posted by Jeff Meisner
Senior Manager, Corporate Blogs

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Canterbury Province in New Zealand (population: 440,000) Monday just before midnight local time.

Microsoft activated its Disaster Response protocol and took a number of steps, including ensuring the safety of our employees and offering customers, partners and local response agencies technical support to help ensure business continuity.

For more information on Microsoft’s response to the earthquake, read today’s post on the Microsoft Unlimited Potential Blog.

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