Distributor Westcon-Comstor has been appointed as a supplier of the Microsoft Surface Hub, which is available with a 55-inch or 84-inch screen and enables multiple people to work on the device at the same time in a range of Windows 10 applications.
With digital inking capabilities, each Surface Hub comes with two Surface Pens that enable users to write directly onto the screen.
Integration with Microsoft services such as Skype for Business means people can work together remotely and share what they create in different ways, including email, OneNote or OneDrive.
"We are focused on providing organisations with collaboration tools to ensure employees are able to work together more easily and effectively," said Wayne Mason, EMEA UCC Practice Lead and General Manager, Westcon-Comstor.
"With our ability to wrap additional services around the Surface Hub and a portfolio of complementary solutions for Skype for Business we are creating a strong offer for the VAR community."
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