Users are reporting that multiple Microsoft products are down

Azmi Haroun
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On Thursday, users of Microsoft's Office 365, Azure, Bing, and Teams platforms and products reported mass outages and failures, according to the site DownDetector.com.

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An official status page for Microsoft Office 365, the company's email suite, showed that the service was down and the status for Microsoft Azure, a cloud computing service, was described as an "emerging issue," which is being investigated.

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Microsoft Azure's official Twitter account tweeted, "We are aware of an issue affecting the Azure Portal and Azure services."

A Twitter account monitoring Microsoft Office 365's status tweeted, "We're investigating an issue in which users may be unable to access Microsoft 365 services and features," adding a few minutes later that, "We're investigating a potential DNS issue and are evaluating our mitigation options."

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Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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