Protect your business with Microsoft security and Surface

Microsoft security built in at every layer

Achieve peace of mind with built-in, proactive defense. Security protections maintained by Microsoft are built into every layer of a Surface device.

Secure from deployment to decommission

Keep data secure from a Surface device’s first deployment to its last, no matter how many times and under what circumstances it changes hands.

Maintain secure control of every device

Prevent employee-introduced vulnerabilities. Wherever they’re deployed, manage Surface devices through the cloud with just a few clicks. 

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Designed for the modern workplace

The Surface for Business portfolio delivers experiences employees love with the choice and flexibility they need to work on their terms.

1 Surface Go and Surface Go 2 use a third-party UEFI and do not support DFCI. DFCI is currently available for Surface Pro 7+, Surface Laptop Go, Surface Book 3, Surface Laptop 3, Surface Pro 7, and Surface Pro X. Find out more about managing Surface UEFI settings.
2 Surface Pro X uses a firmware TPM.
3 Surface Hub 2S is not enabled for Windows Autopilot.
4 Hard drive is not user removable. Hard drive is only removable by skilled technician following Microsoft provided instructions.
5 Windows Hello works on Surface devices with Windows 10.
6 Sold separately.