The world’s most popular social media platform is on the verge of shutting down amid concerns about data breaches
In the coming weeks, social media platforms will shut down.
The company behind the world’s largest social network, Facebook, has begun a process to make the switch to a cloud-based solution.
The shift to a new service, dubbed Nextcloud, was announced by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday.
The announcement comes just a few days after Facebook announced that it would shut down its business unit in 2019 and that it planned to shut down the company’s data centers in 2018.
Nextcloud is based on OpenStack, a Linux-based cloud-service offering developed by OpenStack Alliance.
OpenStack has been an integral part of the company since the company was founded in 2008.
It allows the use of OpenStack to run applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Azure, IBM Cloud and IBM Hyper-V.
Openstack is now being used by companies like Google and Twitter.
Facebook will continue to offer services for its enterprise customers as it continues to innovate.
But in the future, Facebook’s focus will be on building a platform for everyone.
NextCloud was created to bring the power of Openstack to the social network.
Zuckerberg said that the next-generation platform will help organizations to provide better experiences, boost their customer engagement and build better products.
Zuckerberg also talked about the challenges and opportunities in social media, particularly in the emerging market of India, where he has said he wants to build a “community for the people.”
Facebook said that Nextcloud will not require Facebook to pay any fees to the network or its users.
Facebook said it will work with third parties to develop the service.
Zuckerberg and his team are currently looking for people to help build the next generation of Nextcloud.
The social network is planning to start the service in the first half of 2019.
“We are excited to start this next phase of the Nextcloud platform with more than 200 million users and close the platform’s doors,” Facebook said in a statement.
Zuckerberg did not disclose the amount of money the company has invested into Nextcloud and the timeline of its transition.
The decision to close the service comes as Facebook is facing a string of data breaches.
In September, a hacker stole user data from more than 100 million Facebook accounts.
That data included users’ names, genders, phone numbers and other personal information.
Last month, a breach of the private Facebook account of actor Kevin Spacey exposed more than 300 million Facebook users’ personal information and a large amount of information about their lives.
The hack was carried out by a group called the “Dark Knight Rises” group that has been linked to Russian government hackers.
The latest data breach was discovered when a Russian hacker named Alexander Peyshkin leaked an Excel spreadsheet containing the personal data of nearly 3 million Facebook customers.
Last year, Facebook admitted to using the data breach to target the social networking site with advertisements and ads for products.
Facebook has also been in the news in recent weeks for its handling of the Russian cyberattack on Democratic Party political campaigns.
Last week, Facebook said the company had shut down Russia-based accounts linked to the attack.
It said the accounts had been used for propaganda and misinformation purposes.
Zuckerberg has been working to fix the problems at Facebook.
He has been talking with Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, about how to improve the company, and he is working with Facebook to identify ways to bring back some of the data the company lost during the Russian hacking, according to Bloomberg News.
Facebook also announced that its global sales and revenue rose by 5.5 percent in 2018, thanks to the Russian hack.
Facebook did not say when the NextCloud service will launch, but it plans to roll out Nextcloud in 2019.