Microsoft Receives EPA’s Green Power Leadership Award

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Data Centers, Efficiency and Sustainability
Microsoft has again been honored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its investment in sustainable power, as discussed on a new Software Enabled Earth blog post this week. Adding to our previous recognition as a top green power purchaser by the EPA, Microsoft was recently named as one of four organizations nationwide to receive the EPA’s Green Power Partner of the Year award. Read More >>

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Microsoft Delivers Cloud Security Readiness Tool

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Security and Compliance
Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing team today announced a Cloud Security Readiness Tool that provides organizations with resources to gain insight into their current IT security state and more easily evaluate cloud services. Security remains an important consideration and as a growing number of organizations take advantage of the cloud there is a need to better understand these issues. Read More >>

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EPA migrates to the Microsoft Cloud

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Data Centers, Efficiency and Sustainability, Security and Compliance
Microsoft Office 365 to improve EPA’s access to communications and mobility tools. Today Lockheed Martin joined Microsoft in announcing receipt of a $9.8 million contract to migrate the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to Microsoft Office 365 for Government, our new multi-tenant service that stores U.S. government data in a segregated community cloud and includes e-mail, calendars, scheduling and collaboration tools for internal and external use. Read More >>

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