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Department of defense
The Department of Defense will upgrade over 4 million machines "from laptops to desktops to mobile devices, including Surface" by February 2017, which Microsoft calls "an unprecedented move".
In one of the largest cloud services deals the Department of Defense has ever struck, Microsoft is now set to power all things cloud-based for the U.S. Air Force.
Microsoft has announced it can now sell Office 365 services to any agency, service and mission partner for the U.S. Department of Defense, including email, calendar, Lync and SharePoint support.