Several Microsoft products and services, including Outlook, Teams, and Xbox Live, are down.

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Several Microsoft products and services, including Outlook, Teams, and Xbox Live, are down.

Thousands of people all over the world cannot access dozens of Microsoft services, including Teams, Xbox Live, Outlook, and the Microsoft 365 suite. Microsoft has confirmed the issue and promised a resolution soon. A popular monitoring tool called DownDetector reports that users first reported problems with Microsoft 365, Outlook, Teams, Minecraft, Azure, GitHub, and the Microsoft Store about an hour ago (2.30 a.m. Pacific Time).

As of this writing, “users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services,” according to Microsoft’s Office 365 status page. In addition to the previously mentioned services, the company has confirmed that SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Graph are also experiencing issues. The page stated, “We have identified a possible networking issue and are reviewing telemetry to determine the next troubleshooting steps.”

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Last week, Microsoft announced it would be laying off 10,000 workers due to “macroeconomic conditions and changing customer priorities.” In an internal email memo, Nadella said, “As we saw customers accelerate their digital spend during the pandemic, we are now seeing them optimise their digital spend to do more with less.” As some regions of the world experience a recession and others brace for one, “we are also seeing organisations in every industry and geography exercise caution.” He continued by saying that the company has always had to make “hard choices” like these in order to survive in an industry “that is unforgiving to anyone who doesn’t adapt to platform shifts.”

Daniel Harrison

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