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Microsoft Soars in the Cloud

By Doug Ehrman - Apr 16, 2013 at 1:30AM

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Microsoft continues to enhance its enterprise might as it moves towards its earnings release.

The most public face of Microsoft (MSFT -1.21%) is through its Windows, Office, and Xbox brands, but the company's enterprise presence is not only substantial, it is critical to its financial success. Microsoft recently added three significant corporate clients to its cloud and server services division, flexing its enterprise might. 

In the below video, contributor Doug Ehrman discusses the addition of these new customers and some of the impacts that are already being seen. With Microsoft reporting earnings soon, enterprise results will play a critical role.

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