Microsoft introduces blocking into main products and services


As early as 2015, Microsoft Azure was the first to use cloud storage technology. Now the technological giant is beginning to introduce blockades in almost all areas of its work.

A representative of Microsoft Azure, Matt Kerner, says that the company has been dealing with many of the blocking services for some time. This allows service users to port their data from various platforms to the cloud, and then to the block system.

Kerner explains that all these actions are the evolution of “big data”. He also notes that before the blockade, cloud operations made it possible to access data related to physical and physical intelligence.

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