More specifically, Microsoft says its revenue reached $51.7 billion during the quarter, and this represents an increase of no less than 20 percent as compared to the same quarter of the previous fiscal year.
The operating income was $22.2 billion, so it represents an increase of 24 percent, while the net income jumped 21 percent to $18.8 billion.
All-in on cloud services
Microsoft says the revenue in the Productivity and Business Processes division increased 19 percent to $15.9 billion, with LinkedIn revenue itself going up no less than 37 percent. The Office Commercial products also performed strong thanks to a 14 percent revenue increase.
The intelligent Cloud unit posted a 26 percent growth, while the More Personal Computing revenue increased 15 percent to $17.5 bill… (read more)
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