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Microsoft touts top secret cloud as 'generally available'

Microsoft touts top secret cloud as 'generally available'

Microsoft announced its top secret, air-gapped Azure cloud regions have received authorization to operate and are "generally available" for national security workloads. Tom Keane, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for Azure Global, wrote in an Aug. 16 blog post that Azure Top Secret offers separate regions, "multiple options for data residency" and is launching with more than 60 services with more set to come online.

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