The company further stated that its revenue has jumped to 17 percent, while its net income operating jumped by 33 percent.
The quality of ideas and ambition of entrepreneurs and innovators in India - many of whom are school kids - are "exciting" and driving innovation and growth for societies and economies, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
The announcement comes ahead of the visit of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella slated for later this month.
'Hope immigrant in India benefits society and economy': Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella issues toned down statement on CAA after calling situation 'sad'
As protests against the amended Citizenship Act continue across the country, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Monday termed the emerging situation as 'sad'.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on CAA: What's happening is sad, would love to see Bangladeshi immigrants create next unicorn in India
Satya Nadella says he was saddened by the new Indian citizenship law based on religion.
Microsoft's value has gone up to $753.3 billion in market capitalisation, leaving behind Apple.
Microsoft is also reportedly building a tool to automate the identification of bias in a range of different AI algorithms.
Satya Nadella, who will be in India on 6 November to 7 November, will visit Hyderabad and Delhi .
Satya Nadella wants Microsoft to create technologies that empower people in the era of artificial intelligence
Microsoft's plan to build a quantum computing ecosystem is based on Freedman's field of math and a branch of physics so seemingly mystical, it's early pioneers invoked philosophy and spirituality to describe it, and its later disciples attracted funding and support from self-help gurus in the 1970s, Allen said.
The technology giant also launched a 'lite' version of its video interaction platform Skype.
Microsoft has to "look like everyone and every organisation in the world" for it to accomplish its mission, the technology giant's Indian-born CEO Satya Nadella has said, asserting the importance of "diversity and inclusion" amid an environment of divisiveness.
Close on the heels of Apple chief Tim Cook’s visit to India, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be in India later this month.
In a brief but frank chat with young entrepreneurs at T-Hub, he shared his thoughts on how Microsoft plans to help startups, importance of last mile connectivity and failures.
Google will soon help India set up base for free Wi-Fi at 500 railway stations while Microsoft will take low-cost broadband technology to some five lakh villages across the country as part of five key announcements made during the meeting the US top tech titans had with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Underscoring three bold ambitions for Microsoft, the tech giant's India-born CEO Satya Nadella on Monday said the company will focus on personal computing, reinvention of productivity and business process and building an intelligent cloud platform.
Newsrooms across the globe have been talking about Microsoft over the past couple of days. It was meant to be about the next operating system from Microsoft – Windows 10. But turns out, most of them were discussing layoffs at Microsoft.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent out an email to its employees clarifying the move to downsize the workforce. For those who could recall, would admit, Nadella's email was more sensitive compared to a similar memo by Ex-Nokia chief Stephen Elop
Supporting the Digital India initiative, world's largest software maker Microsoft said it will help the government in efforts to "transform" the country through technological innovations.
With the emergence of cloud computing, Microsoft has a real opportunity in India, the company's India-born CEO Satya Nadella has said.