Microsoft will make its “data border” available to EU.
A staggered implementation of its EU data perimeter will apply to all of its key cloud offerings. Microsoft will make its “data border” available to EU.
All of its primary cloud services, such as Azure, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and the Power BI platform, will eventually apply its “EU data barrier.”
According to Julie Brill, Chief Privacy Officer of Microsoft, as the project advance, it became obvious that a more tiered approach was necessary.
“The first stage will be to gather customer data. As we move into the upcoming stages, moving logging data, service data, and other types of data into the border” She utter. She predicte that phases two and three will be complete by the end of 2023 and 2024, respectively.
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Microsoft has over a dozen data centers around Europe, including ones in France, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland.
Large corporations find it difficult to comprehend where their data is house and whether it complies with laws like the GDPR since it has become so large and is scatter across so many different countries.
In order to increase consumer confidence and give them the opportunity to have open discussions with their authorities about where their data is being handle and store, Brill claims that “We are building this solution.”
Microsoft has previously made it clear that it will fight government requests for user data and that it will compensate any clients whose information was disclose in breach of GDPR.