Microsoft v Google: how did the vendor giants fare in their latest cloud results

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Microsoft v Google: how did the vendor giants fare in their latest cloud results

We break down both sets of results and what they mean for the channel

Both Microsoft and Google Cloud reported revenue increases in their latest results though the latter's operating losses widened year-on-year. Revenue for Microsoft's fourth quarter stood at $51.9bn, up 12 per cent year-on-year and 16 per cent in constant currency. Its cloud business - which sits under its Intelligent Cloud division - grew revenues by 20 per cent to $20.9bn. Google Cloud, meanwhile, saw sales jump from $4.6bn to $6.2bn for its second quarter. The results for Microsoft mi...

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