Microsoft is currently in the crosshairs at the time as its stock price is likely to trail a downtrend following the release of previous quarter earnings.
Following the report from different users that applications from American multinational technology giant Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) are down, the company has announced that it has taken a proactive step to resolve the cloud outage. The company gave the confirmation on Twitter when it said it has rolled back a network change that it believes was causing the disruption.
According to DownDetector, a platform where users can report issues about online applications that are having irregular issues, outages were reported for Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Store. According to data gleaned from DownDetector, the highest number of outage reports for Microsoft Teams was around 9 am today.
Those who filed the report came from different countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil to mention a few. According to the complaints, as many as 75% of complainants said they had issues with the Teams app, 16% were finding trouble accessing the website and 9% reported login-related issues.
“We’ve identified a potential networking issue and are reviewing telemetry to determine the next troubleshooting steps,” the company said.