The Microsoft team that manages Azure and other Microsoft cloud services is shutting down.
The announcement on the Microsoft Blog comes just a few days after the company announced it would continue with its efforts to protect user data on its Microsoft Azure cloud.
Microsoft’s Cloud Information Security Program will remain.
Azure Information Security Project Azure Information Security Service is Microsoft’s solution for ensuring that all data stored on the cloud is secure.
In a statement, Microsoft said that “while we cannot comment on specific projects, we are working closely with our partners and partners of other vendors to continue working on this important effort.”
The project is aimed at helping companies create and deploy new cloud services.
Microsoft’s Cloud Security Service Microsoft Azure Information Service (ASIS) provides cloud service management and security management for the cloud, including security of user data.
The project was created in response to Microsoft’s recent move to a more centralized approach to cloud storage.
Microsoft is currently working with Azure partners to create a new Azure Data Services (AS).
The announcement came after Microsoft launched a new cloud security team in May.
This group will focus on improving Microsoft Azure security and privacy, and will be responsible for working on a number of projects to help organizations improve the security and protection of their data on Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft has long been criticized for not being proactive in its efforts against data breaches.
While some analysts argue that Microsoft’s efforts to address data breaches in recent years are well-meaning, the company has struggled to keep up with evolving cybersecurity threats.
This month, Microsoft announced that it would be rolling out an update to the Microsoft Azure Web Services that will make it easier for users to manage their data in the cloud.
The cloud is one of the most popular areas for enterprise customers to deploy cloud services, according to data released by the IT industry group Forrester.
This year, more than 20 percent of all data used in the United States is stored on Microsoft’s cloud.