Microsoft beats revenue estimates on cloud strength

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Microsoft beats revenue estimates on cloud strength

Customers moved to hybrid work during pandemic.

Microsoft beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly revenue, galvanised by strong demand for the software giant's cloud-based services to meet the pandemic-driven shift to hybrid work models. Individuals and organizations turned to products such as Outlook and the Teams workplace ...

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