Microsoft Surface Hub Software Helps Your Team Work Better TogetherPosted by
Microsoft’s latest “mega-tablet”, the Surface Hub 2S, is set to follow the highly anticipated Surface Hub 2 onto the market. However, in the meantime, the first-generation Surface Hub remains a leading collaborative display solution for business. Powered by Windows 10 and supplied with a comprehensive suite of Microsoft Surface Hub software, this technology could be exactly what your team needs to undertake its next project.
Both the 55-inch and 84-inch original versions of the Surface Hub offer powerful processing and touch screen capability with an impressive visual display. The device looks superb and runs efficiently on the 64-bit version of the Windows 10 Operating System.
But what can it actually do to help a business team or small organisation? You’ll find the answers within the Microsoft Surface Hub software package and associated functionality.
HOW THE SURFACE HUB HELPS YOU
The Surface Hub is a popular video conferencing system. It makes it easy for colleagues to communicate and collaborate remotely yet effectively, via Skype for Business in particular. Its wide-angle HD cameras also provide the superb video quality you would expect from high-end digital display technology.
In addition, built-in Microsoft products such as Office 365, Outlook and OneNote ensure each Surface Hub is able to perform various task and project management applications while simultaneously sharing data and digital content with another worker in either the same room or an entirely different location. From the on-screen menu, you can explore and utilise universal Windows 10 apps supplied with your Surface Hub rental.
Simply set the Surface Hub in meeting rooms or communal office spaces for collaborators to use. You wouldn’t necessarily bring this equipment in for a client presentation; however, you would absolutely use it for internal meetings, demonstrations and video calls. Or, to work on specific tasks with minimal fuss before sharing the results with other team members.
At the most basic level, you might simply use the Surface Hub as you would any digital whiteboard. That is, for brainstorming ideas, taking notes, and drawing visual concepts through the multi-touch and multi-pen functionality.
In terms of the next generation Surface Hub 2 and Surface Hub 2S, the enhancements are largely design- and component-related. The overall software inclusions and Windows-only application compatibility remain unchanged. This means, from a practical perspective, your budget-friendly first generation Surface Hub rental is more than capable of providing an effective collaboration solution.
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