Microsoft’s second quarter ended on December 31st and the company announced earnings for the time period of revenue of $28.9 billion which is a 12% increase over the prior year.
Microsoft has changed up some of its organizational structure as well as combing a couple of teams in its mixed reality org.
Microsoft has cut more employees from its payroll today, with a heavy impact to the Windows and Devices Group.
Microsoft is embarking on its next great SaaS challenge, convincing the enterprise that Microsoft 365 is not only a good service but that its software is better than the competition.
Microsoft is bringing Microsoft 365 out of preview and as it graduates, the company is adding a couple new apps to the service.
It’s earnings day for Microsoft and the company has posted another strong quarter (Q1 with revenue of $24.5 billion with Net Income being reported as $6.6 billion.
Next week, Microsoft is headed to Orlando where the company will be hosting its Ignite conference and it looks like it’s going to be a big event.
Microsoft is testing a new service that allows you to use Bing to search your intranet.
Microsoft has cut additional staff from their payroll with the layoffs impacting not only sales but engineering too.
Microsoft has released its Q4 earnings (Q2 calendar) and during that time period, the company brought in Net income of $6.5 billion on $23.3 billion of revenue.
This week, Microsoft has made at least two changes to high-level position at the company with a CVP and the CIO leaving the company.
Microsoft’s Cloud performance continues to be a key driver of revenue for the company with Q3 results indicating that its services have a run rate of $15.2 billion.
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