FY19 Q1 - Performance - Investor Relations - Microsoft

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Performance

Revenue increased $4.5 billion or 19%, driven by growth across each of our segments. Intelligent Cloud revenue increased, driven by higher revenue from server products and cloud services. Productivity and Business Processes revenue increased, driven by higher revenue from Office and LinkedIn. More Personal Computing revenue increased, driven by higher revenue from Gaming and Windows.

Operating income increased $2.2 billion or 29%, driven by growth across each of our segments.

Key changes in expenses were:

Cost of revenue increased $1.6 billion or 20%, driven by growth in commercial cloud and Gaming.

Research and development expenses increased $403 million or 11%, driven by investments in cloud engineering and LinkedIn.

Sales and marketing expenses increased $286 million or 8%, driven by investments in commercial sales capacity and LinkedIn.

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