Microsoft Goes to China with Windows Azure

With the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in motion with Shanghai and the signed agreement in place to allow 21Vianet to license Microsoft technology, customers in China will soon be able to access Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Azure directly from the Microsoft data centers supplied by 21Vianet and located in Singapore and Hong Kong. Read the full story here.



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