Microsoft Teams Announces “Most Services Restored”
Microsoft, an American IT giant, announced that “most of the service has been restored” after 02:00 PM on the 21st of Japan time regarding the failure that occurred in the chat and online conferencing service “Teams” provided by the company.
Microsoft, a major IT company in the United States, announced on the morning of the 21st of Japan time that the chat and online conferencing service “Teams” is experiencing problems such as inaccessibility.
According to the site “Down detector” that summarizes the communication failure of the internet service because a problem was found in the internal storage service, the impact was confirmed not only in Japan but also in the United States, Australia and other parts of the world.
After that, Microsoft announced that “most of the services have been restored” after 02:00 PM on the 21st of Japan time.
However, some users may continue to be affected.
“Teams” is a service that Microsoft began offering to the general public in 2017. With the spread of telecommuting due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the number of users has increased all over the world, and monthly usage the number of people is more than 270 million.