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Microsoft 365 consisting of Outlook e-mail, Word, Excel and Teams hit with huge failure

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You’re not the only one experiencing concerns with Microsoft Office.Microsoft 365 was down Monday evening, affecting users’new access demand to multiple services including Outlook, Word, Excel and Microsoft Teams.”We’re examining a problem impacting access to

multiple Microsoft 365 services,”the Microsoft 365 Status account tweeted Monday at 5:44 p.m. ET. “We’re working to identify the full impact and will supply more info shortly.” “Users might be not able to access several Microsoft 365 services,”

the software application huge posted on its Office status site. The company determined that a particular portion of its facilities was not processing

authentication demands in a timely way.”We’re pursuing mitigation actions for this concern,”the status upgrade said.Tax avoidance: President Trump’s tax returns show he has company with other rich Americans Medical facility hack: Ransomware hack cripples United Health Providers hospitals, facilities across the US Microsoft Workplace program users who were currently logged in would have the ability to continue their sessions, the company confirmed.Microsoft Office failure reports started coming in at 5 p.m. ET Monday at online traffic site

DownDetector. Some users began reporting a return of service about 8:30 p.m. ET on the site.The failure stopped work for some, but produced more work for some: IT specialists.” The #Office 365 interruption is generating tickets like insane,”tweeted one.”I have simply told 5 people in a row:’ No I can not

fix it. Microsoft is working on it. “But others on Twitter had fun at Microsoft’s cost.”There’s a worldwide 365 interruption impacting microsoft outlook, i guess we won Monday after all.”Another Twitter user published an a global failure map, noting”The Microsoft 365 Azure Failure isn’t that bad, it’s just down in places with people that are awake. “Follow USA TODAY press reporter Mike Snider on Twitter: @MikeSnider.

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