People won’t use technology they don’t trust. This continues to be one of the key messages from Microsoft as trust becomes more important than ever in the era of cloud computing.
As a company with more than 200 online services, serving about 20 million businesses and over one billion customers worldwide, trust is a topic not taken lightly at Microsoft.
At a recent panel discussion in Singapore, Jeff Bullwinkel, Associate General Counsel and Director of Legal & Corporate Affairs for Microsoft Asia Pacific and Japan, Pierre Noel, Chief Security Officer and Advisor, Microsoft Asia and Neal Suggs, Associate General Counsel, Worldwide Sales, Commercial Business Group, Microsoft, provided insights into what Microsoft has been doing to develop and safeguard the trust it has with its customers and users.
They touched on several key topics including Microsoft’s commitment to data privacy of its customers as well as the best practices put in place to ensure that the data is secure. They also spoke about the importance of adopting transparency in the processes around data storage and access, as well as Microsoft’s efforts to ensure compliance to regulatory standards across countries.
Watch the video below to find out more about how Microsoft is stepping up to win the trust of its customers in this era of cloud computing.
Tags: Asia, Compliance, Cybersecurity, Privacy, Security, Singapore, Transparency, Trust