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Microsoft's revenue jumps, but profits decline on job cuts and Nokia costs

Microsoft posted a 25% sales bump in its most recent quarter, beating Wall Street predictions on the strength of improved personal-computer sales as well as added revenue from the mobile phone business that the company Microsoft acquired from Nokia for $7.5 billion earlier this year. 353 more words


Amazon Web Services, back on growth track

Amazon Web Services, appears to be back on a fast path, according to Amazon’s latest earnings release.

In the now-mythic “North American Sales, Other” category which includes AWS, sales were a healthy $1.34 billion, up pretty substantially from $960 million for the year-ago quarter and $1.17 sequentially. 123 more words

NetSuite Crushes Estimates in Q3

Cloud software company NetSuite just announced that it significantly beat estimates in its third quarter, and its shares are rising in after-hours trading.

Analysts had called for… 140 more words


Microsoft again cites strong cloud growth in its latest earnings

As has become its custom, Microsoft claimed strong cloud momentum for its first quarter of fiscal year 2015.

The company’s commercial cloud business, which includes Office 365, Azure and Dynamics CRM, saw revenue up 128 percent year over year, according to Microsoft. 134 more words

5 Steps to Unlocking the Secrets of Cloud Computing

By Michael Thompson, Managing Consultant

The evolution of service delivery models over time has been significantly influenced by the level of business and technology innovation that occurs in the marketplace. 629 more words


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Delivering hyper-scale cloud services with the Microsoft CPS platform

Hot off the press is the recent Microsoft launch of the new Cloud Platform System.

The Microsoft CPS platform is an integrated solution that provides next generation cloud services, designed and built by Microsoft, in partnership with Dell; bringing the power of Microsoft Azure consistent services, to mainland UK. 101 more words