Microsoft’s cloud grows 93%, while its mobile and Surface fall 81% and 2% respectively

Continuing with the financial results, it is the turn of Microsoft who is showing the figures corresponding to its second fiscal quarter of 2017, which begins to glimpse part of the strategy that they have prepared in Redmond to give greater weight to the software and the cloud, while That the hardware begins to suffer.

Microsoft’s figures are surpassing market expectations, which translates into a good response from Wall Street. The company is reporting revenues of $26.066 billion, with net income of $6515 million, an increase of just 2% over the previous year.

As we know, Microsoft divides its revenue into three major sections: Personal Computing, Intelligent Cloud, and Productivity and Business Processes. So we will break down each one to know its details and importance for the company.