Microsoft has announced it will be launching its own web presence at the country’s biggest tech hubs across the country by the end of the year.
According to a statement on the company’s official blog, the company is taking a “global approach” to its web presence and has built a secure website for India at the Bollywood and IT cities.
According the statement, “We want to build a world-class user experience for Indian audiences.”
According to the company, Microsoft will use the same approach to make sure all the sites have the latest security standards, as well as making sure the web is as secure as possible for users.
In its statement, Microsoft said it is “investing heavily in the security of our sites.”
“We are excited about the partnership with India’s largest tech companies and are committed to delivering the most secure web experience for users and brands alike,” Microsoft India said in a statement.
“We will work hard to ensure that our sites are as secure and as easy to use as possible.”
Microsoft has been criticized in the past for not providing adequate security to its sites.
In February, Microsoft was forced to withdraw a version of its Windows 7 operating system due to security issues that prevented it from connecting to a web server in India.
The company has also been criticised for not implementing the same security measures for its Windows Azure platform as it has for its Azure cloud services.
In June, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation accused Microsoft of failing to properly secure its Azure platform in a separate investigation.