The Windows 10 Creators Update is rolling out to Surface Hub for more personal, powerful and collaborative experiences, including deeper integration with authenticated Office 365 experiences, new manageability and security tools, and real-time, collaborative inking with the new Microsoft Whiteboard App.
The update comes at a time when half of Fortune 100 companies have purchased Surface Hub to collaborate and create.
“We’ve made Surface Hub more personal by adding the ability for people to sign-in to their Office 365 account from the welcome screen or the updated start menu,” writes Ryan Gavin, general manager, Microsoft Devices Marketing. He adds that the update “essentially turns Surface Hub into your personal Windows 10 device.”
Read more on the Windows Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff