Office 365 Adoption Stats from Microsoft

The #SPBiz conference has just kicked off and here are the Office 365 stats as released by Microsoft during the keynote by Mark Kashman.

Office 365 usage stats from Microsoft in June 2015 high res

11 responses to “Office 365 Adoption Stats from Microsoft”

  1. […] The integration with Microsoft Office 365, which has become known as O365, is of particular interest to our clients. O365 is one of the fastest growing cloud platforms today – and Microsoft’s fastest growing commercial product ever. […]


  2. […] Office 365 has become Microsoft’s fastest growing commercial product ever, with 400% monthly active user growth and a $4.4 billion annual revenue run rate [2015]. […]


  3. […] Exchange server and on-device Office suite to the cloud-hosted Office 365 has been a huge success. In 2015, Microsoft announced that O365 is the fastest growing product in their […]


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  6. Magnus Avatar

    The new sync tool, it should say. /Magnus


  7. Magnus Avatar

    Thanks for this Veronique. So users have finally started to adopt My Site for storing documents (in the new shape of ODfB), that’s good news. I hope Microsoft will make sure ODfB functions to standard and that it won’t take too long for that to happen. When the sync tool gets released in 6 months it must work like a clockwork (or at least like the other sync tools on the market).


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