Microsoft's Office 365 commercial monthly active users number is now at 120 million, up from 100 million in April 2017, said officials during the company's earnings report on October 26.
(Microsoft's Office 365 consumer active user number is at 28 million for Q1 FY 2018, which is up from 27 million in Q4 FY 2017.)
As of last quarter, Microsoft officials said that Microsoft is generating more revenue from Office 365 Commercial subscriptions than Office sold via non-subscription licensing.
That is still true as of this quarter, Microsoft officials said.
Microsoft officials said recently that the company expects to have two-thirds of its Office business customers in the cloud by some time in its fiscal 2019 (which kicks off on July 1, 2018).
Office 365 is believed to be providing the biggest contribution to Microsoft's "commercial cloud," its collection of several of its business cloud services, including Azure, Dynamics 365, Power BI and Enterprise Security + Mobility, along with Office 365. (Microsoft won't break out any of these product lines separately.)