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Microsoft: Surface Hub 2S coming in 2019

Introducing Surface Hub 2:”Turn any space into a teamwork space”

As work changes – thanks to the ongoing digital revolution and a shift to non-traditional work spaces – fostering a team-based collaborative culture and spaces designed to enhance productivity and creativity are critical to businesses’ success. We’ve taken that feedback to heart and used it to work across Microsoft to transform the creation process for Surface Hub 2 and our two new offerings in the Surface Hub family – Surface Hub 2S and Surface Hub 2X. Today we’re pumped to share more about these incredible collaboration devices.Surface Hub 2 represents the culmination of years of listening to our customers to better understand their needs. Often to better compete, these businesses must modernize their workplaces and systems to attract the best of the next generation.

48% of executives recognise the importance of collaboration and are modernizing their workplaces and systems to attract and retain the next generation of talent.

It’s Specially built for Team-Work:

More than a smart board or an interactive whiteboard, Surface Hub 2 devices are optimised for teams that want to connect, co-create, and produce with others regardless of their location. Surface Hub 2 devices bring together the best of Microsoft collaboration tools – from Windows and Office to Microsoft Whiteboard and Microsoft Teams.

Multi-User work at a time:

On Surface Hub 2X, you will be able to streamline your group workflow through enhanced collaboration features like multi-user sign-in to simultaneously access and save content to the cloud.

Adapt any space :

We’ve teamed up with workplace expert Steelcase to make rolling stands and easy-to-hang wall mounts1 so it can go wherever your ideas take you. Surface Hub 2X will scale and adapt to your space with tiling and rotation abilities.

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