Microsoft's entire press editorial team have been laid off as part of latest measures to streamline the company and cutback on expenditure. The team were responsible for aiding enthusiasts, developers, as well as consumers with technical assistant and published resources since 1984. MSPU received confirmation from Microsoft on the layoffs, noting that the move "reflects adaptations to business needs."
As reported by IT Unity:
Platforms covered by the team included Windows 10, Office 365, Windows Server, as well as application deployment. This latest round is yet another blow to Microsoft's workforce, who have undergone reductions in staff numbers over recent years. Should you be intrigued to learn more about the available eBooks and other resources available, be sure to head to the Microsoft Press Blog.
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