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January 18, 2012 at 10:54 AM

SnOMG? Microsoft campus running with limited services

As we all know, it doesn’t take much snow to disrupt our normal way of doing things here in the Pacific Northwest.

At Microsoft, the main campus is open — as it always is — and some people have made it in to work. That said, the campus is running with limited services today, with no Connector bus service and the campus shuttle in limited operations. Some, but not all, cafeterias are operating.

“The vast majority of our employees are able to work remotely, so it’s pretty much business as usual,” a Microsoft spokeswoman said.

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