Booming Microsoft Cloud revenues and the growth of Office 365 paid seats to 382 million are highlights of Microsoft’s FY23 Q3 results. Other interesting topics included Teams reaching 300 million monthly active users, EMS getting to nearly 250 million users and some hints about how Microsoft will charge for products like Microsoft 365 Copilot when the AI-powered software becomes available.
Microsoft’s FY22 Q3 results disclose a ton of success for the Microsoft Cloud, with revenues now approaching an annualized run rate of $100 billion. We got a new number for Office 365 users too and learned that Microsoft has 345 million paid seats for Office 365. Good progress too for Enterprise Mobility and Security and Azure Active Directory. All in all, great results.
Microsoft Cloud revenues hit $22.1 billion in Microsoft’s FY22 Q2 results announced January 25. Office 365 user numbers grew 16% year over year, but there’s no detail given about active users. Teams reached 270 million users, but we don’t know what segments these users fall into. We do know that Microsoft Viva has 1,000 paying customers, which could be deemed a disappointing outcome for a much-hyped solution.