"Microsoft’s results showed far more vitality in areas in which the company caters to big business customers, rather than consumers — a market that has eluded Microsoft many times over the years. Its best performing business was its server and tools division, which had a 9 percent increase in sales in the quarter.Microsoft Reports Drop in Profits - NYTimes.com
While its Office suite of applications showed weakness overall, as some customers delayed purchases ahead of the release of a new version of the product, business revenue from that division was up 2 percent and consumer revenue declined 2 percent, excluding deferred revenue."
Friday, January 25, 2013
Microsoft Reports Drop in Profits - NYTimes.com
Looking more like Oracle and IBM than Apple or Google