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Changes to Microsoft Azure will aid in meeting EU sovereign cloud criteria

Published On 20 May 2022 02:05 PM


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To avoid an EU antitrust inquiry and to aid EU sovereign cloud ambitions, the tech giant is modifying its licensing regulations.

Following complaints from European cloud providers, Microsoft has announced it is modifying the standards regulating its Azure cloud platform. The move could be a last-ditch effort to avoid a full-fledged antitrust investigation by the European Commission, as well as a response to growing demand inside EU c....


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