The Steadily Increasing Average Revenue Per User Microsoft Extracts from Office 365

Every quarter, Microsoft reports its progress in growing Office 365 revenue. An important measure is the average revenue per user (ARPU), which has grown steadily over the last few years as Microsoft convinces customers to upgrade to more expensive licenses. Microsoft’s desire to drive ARPU higher won’t stop, so customers need to keep an eye on the licenses they buy to make sure that the licenses are suitable for the organization and assigned to the right people… and that no licenses are left unused.

$100 Billion Landmark Reached for Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft’s FY22 Q4 results didn’t reveal too much in terms of real numbers for Office 365 users, or usage of individual workloads like Teams or SharePoint Online. We do know that the Microsoft Cloud segment reached the landmark of $100 billion in annualized run rate ($91.2 billion actual). How much of that is down to Office 365? That takes some guesswork, but we’ve done our best.