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Microsoft has confirmed that Teams is having connectivity issues as users report failure in sending and receiving messages. All Microsoft 365 services have been very troubled lately.
A number of users of the Microsoft 365 online productivity services are reporting that it is not working. So far, Microsoft has not commented on what the issue might be causing the downtime.
If you are not able to access Slack right now then you are not alone. The collaboration app is currently facing a worldwide outage and the company is investigating the issue to mitigate the problem.
Microsoft has confirmed that it resolved another major outage that had impacted Microsoft Teams users worldwide and prevented them from logging into both the Teams desktop and web apps.
Microsoft has confirmed that Outlook for Mac is having connectivity issues with Exchange Servers, and has provided a workaround for it. All Microsoft 365 services have been very troubled lately.
Microsoft 365 was recently taken down heavily by a massive DDoS attack. And today, only about two weeks after the resolution of that issue, there was outage and issues today across Western Europe.
Microsoft has revealed that the disruption to its services in the beginning of June was caused by a sophisticated DDoS cyberattack that overloaded the systems and caused a global blackout.
Microsoft 365 services like Exchange Online, Outlook on the Web, Teams, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint Online experienced an outage earlier today, and now they are down once again.
Vodafone UK broadband customers have been unable to get online this morning. Reports started coming in at 8:00 a.m. BST and the company is yet to rectify the issue at the time of writing.
Microsoft is currently investigating an outage that made it difficult for many users in several countries to access Teams and Outlook. Over 3,700 incidents have been reported on Downdetector so far.
Multiple users, including us, are reporting issues with various Microsoft services. OneDrive is down and not displaying any files, and the Microsoft 365 Service status shows problems with Skype.
The Ookla-owned enterprise Downdetector, which tracks outages information by collating status reports from a number of sources has reported that Amazon was down for thousands of users on Wednesday.
Users started to notice that the iCloud Mail could not be accessed around two hours ago. A previous outage that happened last month took ten hours to be resolved, Apple is apparently looking into it.
A weird bug was locking out users from their accounts and serving them with suspension notices even if no community guidelines were violated. Instagram has since worked on the issue and fixed it.
Instagram users are reporting that they are unable to log in, losing account access, receiving suspension notices and content getting deleted. Instagram has tweeted that it is looking into the matter.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp has been down for the past hour for many users worldwide. Meta, WhatsApp's parent company, has since acknowledged the problem and is now working on a fix.
Instagram suffered a two-hour-long outage. The social media platform has now come back to life and started to function normally. The exact cause behind the service going down isn't yet known.
An explosion has been reported at Google's data center in Omaha, U.S. Some injuries have been rumored along with outages, but Google is yet to address the claims in a public statement.
Japan's second largest carrier KDDI faced its worst ever outage that left 40 million customers without data and voice call options. Some areas are still affected with added limits on data transfer.
Users have been reporting that they can't complete purchases made through the Apple Store, or login to their iCloud. Several other Apple services appear to be giving DNS failures too.
Amazon cloud servers situated in the Oregon and North California regions faced a short outage yet again after the east region servers were down last week, although, Amazon has fixed the problem now.
Telegram founder, Pavel Durov, has revealed that the platform saw 70 million new users sign up during the WhatsApp outage that struck on Monday. WhatsApp and Facebook were offline for several hours.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp have suffered a multi-hour outage meaning that users around the world are unable to connect. Facebook took to Twitter to tell users that it's working on the problem.
Reddit seems to be facing a massive outage with reports pouring in from across the globe on Downdetector and Twitter. The firm has acknowledged the issues and is now investigating.
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Microsoft has released a status update on last week's Azure outage that caused many of its services to become unavailable for a whole hour. The issues were attributed to faulty DNS code.
This week brought an announcement of a next-gen enhanced version of ESO on consoles, some new Teams features, and a serious Azure outage affecting multiple services. Catch up via our handy overview.
Following a six-hour outage on Xbox Live yesterday, the PlayStation Network appears to be down for certain games including Call of Duty: Warzone and Minecraft for the past several hours today.
Working professionals who use LinkedIn regularly might be facing some issues at the moment. According to LinkedIn and various reports, the LinkedIn website and mobile app is down right now.
Signal has confirmed via Twitter that its service is down at the moment, preventing users from sending messages. The company is currently working to restore its service for everyone.
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Some Google services seem to be experiencing an outage today, as users have trouble logging in or syncing their account information. The Mountain View giant has yet to acknowledge the problem.
Microsoft has acknowledged an issue with Xbox Live that is currently preventing users from accessing games or apps on Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs. The firm is working on a fix.
Google Drive is down this morning and is affecting education customers. Reports on Twitter and Downdetector suggest that the issue began early in the morning. Google has acknowledged the issue.
Zoom, the video calling and conferencing app, is currently experiencing a service outage that is preventing users from starting new meetings and webinars or join existing ones.
Messaging service WhatsApp seems to be facing a major outage as reports are pouring in about the service being unavailable on Twitter and other sites. About 70,000 reports have come from the UK alone.
According to multiple reports from across the globe, YouTube was down on both mobile and PC platforms a little while ago. As per reports, it seems that it is back on for now, but not for everyone.
After decreasing its streaming quality in Europe for 30 days due to increased internet traffic, Netflix is now taking the same steps in Australia, India, and some Latin American countries.
Microsoft's communication tool for organizations is experiencing an outage, mostly affecting European users. The company has acknowledged the user reports and is investigating the issue.