Office 365 now available from local datacenters in South Korea

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Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft today announced the general availability of Office 365 from their new cloud datacenters in Seoul and Busan, South Korea. Microsoft also highlighted that they are the first global cloud provider offering customer data residency in South Korea. This new datacenter region will add local data residency, failover and disaster recovery to help address the legal and regulatory needs of customers in industries like banking. Office 365 is now available from several datacenter regions including in Japan, Australia, India, Canada, U.K. and US.

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