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Do More with a Surface Device

The Benefits of Microsoft’s Newest Mobile Devices

by Jonathan Clark | Monday, July 25, 2016

Ever since the release of Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book last fall, these two products continue to change and excite the mobility and device landscape. New use cases continue to be uncovered in verticals such as healthcare, retail, education, manufacturing, and financial services. The advanced technology and world-class hardware design of Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book make working across verticals a seamless, productive experience. These two business-ready devices have the latest Intel® Core™ processors for faster processing, enhanced pen capabilities, and tremendous security features now included in the Windows 10 Anniversary update (released on 8/2/16). It’s important to note Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book were both released with Windows 10 and cannot be reverted to Windows 8.

Surface Pro 4 and Surface BookWith a more personal way to sign in, Windows Hello offers you a fast and accurate way to keep your device secure. Just show your face or touch your finger and the device immediately recognizes you as a trusted user. And not only is Windows Hello more convenient than typing a password—it’s much safer. Windows Hello offers enterprise-grade security that will meet the requirements of organizations—even those with some of the strictest requirements and regulations.

The DX Economy: Transform or Perish

Digital Transformation and the Path Forward

by Tim Allen | 07.22.16

Most of today’s IT and business conversations include references to big data, analytics, mobility, Internet of Things, social media, security, and cloud—and while they all play increasingly critical roles in the evolution of business, the bottom line is all about going digital. Digital transformation, what IDC calls DX, will determine the winners and losers. It’s a case of transform or perish—and your infrastructure, centered on your network, will be the foundation on which your success will be built.

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Data Security—What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Avoid Being Lulled into a False Sense of Security

by Stephen Nardone | 07.20.16

In today’s ever expanding IT ecosystem, how do you know whether your data is really secure? It’s a critical question. The numbers tell us so:

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