Microsoft says the company is closing its popular Knowledge and Skills Forum.
The company said in a blog post that it would be shutting down its knowledge forum in its global headquarters in Redmond, Washington, and is working with its partner companies to move it to other locations.
“We’ve been looking at this very carefully and we believe this is the right move for our global businesses and the right thing for our employees,” said a Microsoft spokesperson in a statement.
“It is important for our people to have a place to share their expertise and we’re happy to take this step with the partners we work with around the world.”
In addition, we are working with our partners to make sure we can share our expertise and knowledge across all of our businesses and work together to provide our customers with the best possible information.
“Microsoft says it will not be taking any of the staff with it into the future.
The company did not specify what changes would be made to the existing knowledge sharing or knowledge management platforms.”
The community of people who share knowledge is what makes Microsoft such a valuable resource for people all over the world,” the company said.”
Our customers trust us with their information and our products are trusted by millions of people worldwide.”‘
A very painful time’ for employees’The Knowledge and Skill Forum is the company’s third largest online community and its third-largest online community among developers.
It is a platform for developers to share and collaborate on code and software.
It has more than 50,000 members, including many from companies that Microsoft does not control.”
We appreciate all of the people who have contributed to the forum over the years, and we hope this is a very painful and difficult time for all of us.””
We’re sorry to hear of the loss of the forum and our hope is that this will not cause any disruption to the work we do here.
We appreciate all of the people who have contributed to the forum over the years, and we hope this is a very painful and difficult time for all of us.”
As part of the decision to close the community, Microsoft is creating a new community that will provide access to the Knowledge and Knowledge Management platform.
This community will be managed by Microsoft in collaboration with partners, and will allow people who are not currently members of this community to join the community and work on Microsoft products.
“This community will also continue to operate with the knowledge sharing platform we built.”