NewsHubLast summer, Microsoft announced Surface as a Service , an alliterative program aimed and introducing Surface hardware into the enterprise through a lease that also involved subscriptions to services like Office 356 and Windows 10. Today the company expands the program to a piece of hardware that makes even more sense under the umbrella.
After all, at $8,999 for the 55-inch model and $21,999 for the 84-inch version, the Surface Hub may well be too rich for a lot of companies’ blood — particularly given the fact that the interactive video conferencing whiteboard isn’t exactly a well-trod space for most businesses.

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