"The US technology giant Microsoft said its annual revenues hit a record of $69.94bn (£43.4bn).
Sales of the company's Xbox 360 videogame console and its Office software helped fuel the growth.
Net income at the world's biggest software maker jumped 23% to 23.15bn for the year.
The figures, which beat forecasts, showed final quarter revenues reached a record high of $17.37bn, leading to profits of $5.87bn.
Sales rose 8% to $17.37 billion, a boosted chiefly by sales of Office, Xbox and server software behind Microsoft's push into cloud computing."
But the really key paragraph is:
"Microsoft's business division, which sells the Office suite of programs, including Outlook, SharePoint and Excel, was the company's biggest seller in the quarter, increasing sales by 7% to $5.8bn."
So SharePoint is now big business, on the same level of Outlook and Excel, the killer apps of Microsoft's suit.