Microsoft has reported revenues of $38 billion (£29.9bn) in its most recent quarter, a year over year increase of 13{9a01d93bf7b2c28a1b31ca31fecd25f15e15c35cfb9f5daef6a59cb9fcd1aa14}, but Azure growth has dipped to 47{9a01d93bf7b2c28a1b31ca31fecd25f15e15c35cfb9f5daef6a59cb9fcd1aa14} from 59{9a01d93bf7b2c28a1b31ca31fecd25f15e15c35cfb9f5daef6a59cb9fcd1aa14}. Azure went up 47{9a01d93bf7b2c28a1b31ca31fecd25f15e15c35cfb9f5daef6a59cb9fcd1aa14} year over year – Microsoft does not give specific Azure figures, only a percentage increase – while commercial cloud revenue topped $50… Read more »

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