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Kingston Technology University is in the process of losing its tech support.

According to its Twitter account, the university is in discussions with “several companies.”

The tweets follow an announcement in February that Kingston Technologies had been bought by Microsoft, and that it would shut down its IT departments and focus on “developing and selling cloud services.”

According to the university’s tweet, the company will continue to support its cloud services and “provide services to clients.”

Kingston’s Twitter feed has been a haven for social media and the tech industry in recent months.

But the university did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It was not immediately clear if Kingston had a statement to share regarding the tweets.

A Twitter spokesperson did not respond to requests for comment as of publication.

Twitter’s own platform, which is hosted in its Seattle headquarters, said it was “aware of the situation,” adding that “we are currently working with the company.”

The company’s tweet about the Kingston Tech shutdown does not address the fact that Microsoft has acquired the company and its parent company, the Kingstons, and is moving its corporate headquarters from Seattle to Redmond.

Kingston was founded in 2011 by former Google employees and has grown into a technology company with a strong focus on cloud computing, data analytics and machine learning.

It has since become a leader in cloud computing and data analytics, as well as a leader among data-driven businesses, as it has launched several businesses, including Kingston Digital Analytics.

In October 2016, Kingston acquired its own startup, Evernote, for an undisclosed sum.

In a recent interview with VentureBeat, Kingstontech CEO Matthew Hegarty said Kingston would continue to operate under the KingSTATS banner.

“We will continue with the KingSTONATS umbrella and we will continue supporting the KingSTATES initiative,” Hegatton said.