Microsoft Trust Center for Azure gets new Common Controls Hub for improved compliance

Michael Cottuli

It’s vital to know the law – this much is true no matter where you are or what you’re doing. To make sure that compliance is a relatively simple process, Microsoft has released the Common Controls Hub. This Hub makes it easier than ever for you to check out laws and regulations, create custom compliance documents, set role definitions, and more. The hub is available for free for anyone who wants to go and make an account, so there’s nothing stopping you from using it yourself.

Here’s a video from Microsoft showing off exactly why the Common Controls Hub is so useful, and how you can use it.

You can find more information about the hub on the service’s website, where you can also register for your account and get started for free. You can also get another solid overview of the service from the Azure blog, where Microsoft more formally introduced the service and shares a few other useful links that can get you started.