As a company, Microsoft may lack many attributes; it may be behind the curve on many things and may not be cool as some other tech firms. But in one aspect, the Redmond behemoth outdoes the rest in spades: chutzpah.
Microsoft 365 services may have to be renamed to something with a smaller number, given that they have once again gone on the blink, with affected users unable to authenticate to, and access, them.
Just a day after it issued a lengthy explanation of why its cloud multi-factor authentication failed last week, Microsoft has been hit by a similar issue again, with customers complaining that they have been unable to sign in to their Office 365 accounts.
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