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Microsoft has been actively adapting to and helping individual business partners to embrace new compliance challenges following the introduction of a strict European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union. Last month, the tech giant opened a new Azure cloud area in Switzerland. Today, Microsoft has opened up a new Azure cloud area based on the same concept in Germany. It's a regional cloud data center and smart cloud service. In addition to a wide range of structural security, customers can use Microsoft's Office 365 Productivity Suite, Dynamics 365 service suite, and Power platform.
Microsoft noted that the new Azure cloud area helps to achieve highly scalable and flexible cloud services, and highlights concerns about GDPR compliance certification in the form of cloud computing compliance control directory certification, as well as privacy requirements.
The company hopes to meet customers' growing demand for cloud technology adoption through the latest solutions. As germany's leading financial institution, for example, deutsche bank has worked with microsoft to develop a data platform that meets international and local regulatory requirements while providing customers with secure and cost-effective services.
Microsoft has accumulated profound and professional experience in data protection
As one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, Germany Telecom will also be based in Microsoft's new Azure cloud area. There is also SAP, the leader in the enterprise application market, which will combine Azure with its own SAP HANA enterprise cloud to provide customers with smarter enterprise cloud solutions.
Finally, Arvato Systems is a global IT expert and multi-cloud service provider, it can now provide customers with fully integrated Azure cloud services, achieve data retention in Germany, and support the digital transformation of medium-sized enterprises in Germany.