Why Users Are Unable to Access Microsoft Services Right Now

It seems that the issue may be related to the Microsoft Azure cloud, which hosts all of Microsoft's services, causing several Microsoft services to go offline.

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Various Microsoft services such as Teams, Outlook, Microsoft 365, OneDrive for Business, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Graph, and Azure are currently experiencing downtime.

Microsoft’s own status website confirms that users are unable to access Microsoft 365, previously known as Office 365.

Users worldwide are unable to access most of Microsoft’s key services. The company has acknowledged the issue and listed the affected services: Microsoft Teams, Exchange Online, Outlook, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Graph.

The cause of the downtime is not clear and Microsoft has not yet announced an estimated time for resolution.

This outage may be causing inconvenience to businesses and individuals who rely on these services for their daily operations and communication.

Microsoft has not yet announced any updates on the situation, users are advised to check their official status website for updates.

However, the tech giant has revealed just a moment ago that the cause of the current downtime is due to “a potential networking issue.”

The company is currently reviewing data to determine the next steps in resolving the problem.

The Microsoft 365 status page states that any user who relies on the affected infrastructure may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services.

Some users have reported that Microsoft Teams is also not working for some users.

It seems that the issue may be related to the Microsoft Azure cloud, which hosts all of Microsoft’s services, causing several Microsoft services to go offline.

It also has been reported that GitHub social coding is also not accessible to several users worldwide.

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