Microsoft Surface Hub Benefits ExplainedPosted by
Keen to lead your company into a connected, creative and collaborative future? The Microsoft Surface Hub touch screen and integrated Surface Hub software bring you within a simple touch of enhanced teamwork and more powerful video conferencing for many different business scenarios. In this article, we examine some of the Microsoft Surface Hub benefits.
As soon as you lay eyes on either the impressive 55-inch or spectacular 84-inch Surface Hub touchscreen, with multi-touch and multi-pen functionality powered by the Windows 10 OS, you will immediately recognise its potential. You can reach a new level of interactive and innovative collaboration between staff members, training groups, project teams and departments.
Naturally, the right people can’t always be in the same room at the same time. However, through integration with Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and the full suite of Universal Windows applications the Surface Hub, it’s possible to work together from any workplace, anywhere.
What are the main Surface Hub benefits and capabilities? There are almost too many to list. You can easily connect various people from multiple locations. Create content and brainstorm with colleagues. Run highly engaging meetings and presentations, bringing data and ideas to life for an engaged audience of staff or customers.
In short, the Surface Hub is advanced interactive display technology for the modern business. When you consider the comprehensive range of Microsoft Surface Hub software specifically designed for interacting with documents, video, audio, whiteboard mode and more, it’s clear this equipment can help you achieve a great variety of business objectives.
A TOUCH ABOVE
One of the key advantages of Surface Hub is its versatility. Yes, there are many other interactive touch screens and similar devices available in this rapidly developing market. However, not all the alternatives can be used for quite so many everyday business applications. One minute, you can be tapping or drawing on the screen to customise digital content. The next minute, you’re sharing big ideas and key insights with stakeholders both right in front of you and right around the city, country or even the rest of the world.
From a hardware and technical specifications perspective, Surface Hub also stands out from plenty of competitive devices. Both model sizes use the 4th-generation Intel Core Haswell processors. Both run the 64-bit version of Windows 10. Furthermore, they both employ a high-definition screen display with 120Hz refresh rate, and include wide-angle HD cameras on either side of the device that produce video at 1080p and 30 fps. It all adds up to serious computing power built into a fully interactive visual superstar.
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