Microsoft has invested $3billion till date across Europe with intentions to deploy Microsoft’s Dynamics 365, Office 365 and Azure from multiple data centers through France by 2017. CEO Satya Nadella, who is on a tour of Europe with the president and CLO Brad Smith, said the company will invest more in cloud infrastructure to meet the increasing demand from Europe. The tech giant has doubled the capacity of cloud in Europe over last year. With intentions to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more while building a global, intelligent and trusted cloud platform is the core of the mission.
To grab a deal for growth and opportunities with Microsoft cloud, there cannot be a better time for the organizations in Europe. The first UK cloud computing data center is up and running announced the company in September. At Durham, London and Cardiff, Microsoft Office 365 and Azure will be generally available from data centers. In the first half of 2017, Dynamics CRM will join the lineup. The company has already built data centers in Austria, Finland, and Netherlands.
There is a possibility for the trend to accelerate as many European firms showing intentions of moving to the cloud and Office 365.