The Surface Hub, designed from the ground up for ink and touch, and harnessing the best collaboration and security features of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Universal Windows apps, has begun shipping to business customers.
“We’ve seen the future of group productivity as we have built this with our partners and customers,” writes Brian Hall, Microsoft Devices Marketing general manager. “We couldn’t be more excited about the future with this new category of product. We also can’t thank our customers and partners enough for their inspiration and contributions in making this product with us.”
One of those customers, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, will be using a Qwaltec-developed app on Surface Hub as a command-and-control center for doctors and medical staff, to manage scheduling and replace outdated whiteboards, Hall says. “The hospital is calling it a ‘game changer,’ not only because it will help the hospital save time and money, but also because Surface Hub helps connect the entire care team to their patients with up-to-date information.”
To learn more, visit the Microsoft Devices Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff
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