Microsoft Q2 2020 sales: growth of Windows, Azure, Surface, etc. increases sales by 14%

Microsoft today announced its quarterly results for the second quarter of 2020 or its quarterly results for the fourth quarter of 2019. Once again, Redmond posted strong growth, up 14 per cent year-on-year (15 per cent in certain currencies) and total revenue of US36.9 billion. 11.8 billion dollars (17% growth or 19% CC) for productivity and business processes, 11.9 billion dollars (27% growth or 28% CC) in the smart cloud and more personal computing (2% growth or 3% CC) can be broken down into 13.2 billion dollars.

Microsoft Q2 2020 sales: growth of Windows Azure Surface etc. increases sales by 14%

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The productivity and growth of business processes was caused by Office 365 and LinkedIn. All commercial services in the office increased sales by 16% (18%). This is triggered by a 27% (30% CC) increase in Office 365 commercial revenue and offset by an 11% (10% CC) decrease in Office’s commercial non-cloud products. In addition, office 365 jobs increased by 21%.

Sales of office consumer products and services rose 19% (20%) and Microsoft posted subscriptions, and the Japanese market was low last year. There are a total of 37.2 million Office 365 consumer subscribers.

LinkedIn revenue increased by 24% (26% of CC) and sessions by 25%. Dynamics products and services increased by 12% (15% CC) and Sales of Dynamics 365 by 42% (45%). Of course, Microsoft won’t tell you how much money is actually generated by one of these categories. It’s not just so transparent.

Intelligent Cloud, this is this strange bucket of cloud services that don’t fit into productivity and business processes, and despite naming some non-cloud products. Server products and cloud services increased revenue in Derazurum by 62% (64%) increased by 30% (32%). Server products are even increasing by 10% (12% CC) as support for Windows Server 2008 is over. Business mobility increased by 35 percent to 127 million or more, while sales of business services rose to 6% (7%) Rose.

The last category is more personal computing, which is still the biggest moneymaker. Windows OEM sales have risen 18 percent, and Microsoft says this is due to last year’s delivery restrictions. This includes 26% growth in pro sales and 4% growth in non-pro sales, many of which are related to the end of support for Windows 7.

With the growth of Microsoft 365, commercial Windows products and cloud services are up 25% (27%) Increased. Surface revenue is up 6% (8%) and there is no additional context from Microsoft.
Revenue from the game fell again, this time by 21% (20%). Xbox content and services also fell by 11% (9% CC) last year due to Fortnite. Finally, sales of search ads increased by 6% (7% CC).