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Hi,

I got this e-mail from Microsoft, but wanted to share with all should you ever need to get this information.  The key elements are:

 

 

 

1.

Today: Educate Yourself

2.

During the Event: Stay Informed

3.

After the Event: Understand the Situation

1.

View service status via the Service Health Dashboards
BPOS:
Americas:
https://health.noam.microsoftonline.com
Europe:
https://health.emea.microsoftonline.com
Asia/Pacific:
https://health.apac.microsoftonline.com

Windows Azure Service Health Dashboard

Windows Intune Service Service Status

2.

Office 365
Within the Dashboard, Click on "Service Health" in the left column of the Admin Overview under Support

3.

Sign up for Windows Azure and BPOS-S RSS Feeds via the Service Health Dashboards

1.

Track customer updates on the service dashboards

2.

Subscribe to Twitter Handles:

  • @MSOnline
  • @Office365
  • @Windows Intune
  • @Windows Azure

The Microsoft Online Services Team will convey the latest updates via the above Twitter Accounts.

1.

Request the Post Incident Report (PIR) from Support.

2.

Meet with your customers to assess the impact.

3.

Provide your feedback and feedback on behalf of your customers around the event and communication process.

Thanks


David


Posted Fri, Nov 4 2011 8:16 AM by David Overton

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