Microsoft’s Cloud Infrastructure Team is Hiring

Posted by Global Foundation Services in
Data Centers
Microsoft’s cloud is rapidly growing and we’re constantly looking for people with experience well-suited to building, managing, and securing our data centers and network infrastructure. Some of the 82+ positions on Microsoft’s Cloud Infrastructure Job listings site (note: scroll down the site’s page for current job listings) include operations managers, electrical and mechanical engineers, project managers, networking and security experts, business managers, as well as software developers. Read More >>

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Cloud Compliance

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Security and Compliance
Compliance is a popular and often debated cloud services topic. I see this firsthand in my role as a senior director in Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services (GFS) Online Services Security and Compliance organization. GFS manages Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure. The Online Services Security and Compliance team provides infrastructure security, compliance and reliability capabilities to Microsoft’s 200+ cloud and online services. Read More >>

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How Microsoft Secures its Cloud-Scale Data Centers and Infrastructure

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Security and Compliance
Microsoft is committed to giving customers the information they need to have confidence in us as a cloud provider. Today, we continue to share our best practices and key learnings to be as open and transparent as possible, and contribute to industry and community efforts to increase trust in the cloud. While there is complexity in the cloud and in some of the security techniques necessary to protect cloud services, explanations should be clear. Read More >>

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Microsoft Announces Free Security Assessment Service For Country-Code Top-Level Domain Registries

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Security and Compliance
Attacks on Country-Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) have far-reaching effects on private individuals, large and small companies, non-profits, and government organizations. Today, I wrote on the Microsoft Security blog about a new Microsoft Country-Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) Registry Security Assessment Service that we are now offering to address this challenge. Read More >>

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Making Carbon Neutrality Everyone’s Responsibility at Microsoft

Posted by Global Foundation Services in
Data Centers, Efficiency and Sustainability
Yesterday, Microsoft announced a significant step to reduce our environmental footprint by committing to achieve carbon neutrality by 2012. As the team that operates our cloud infrastructure, Global Foundation Services (GFS) will be instrumental in achieving this goal. Read More >>

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