Protect your business with Microsoft security and Surface

Reduce costs with an improved security environment

Businesses that combine Surface devices with Microsoft 365 Enterprise see real impact, reporting increased efficiency and lower costs.1

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Built-in security, designed by Microsoft

Surface takes advantage of the strongest security protocols Microsoft offers, with streamlined management that reduces complexity for IT and makes it easy for users to stay focused on their work.

A person’s hands are seen adjusting the hinge on a Surface Pro 7+ device while in Studio Mode

Reduce threats down to the boot and firmware level

With no reliance on third-party source code, you can minimise risk at the firmware level3 with Microsoft Endpoint Manager.2

LEARN ABOUT DFCI ON SURFACE

Easily encrypt your data with TPM 2.0

A discrete TPM chip implements a sandboxed environment for storing passwords, PIN numbers and certificates.

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Rely on real-time, proactive protection

Protect against known global threats in real time and get automatic updates at scale with Microsoft Defender ATP.

LEARN ABOUT DEFENDER ATP

Reduce reliance on passwords

Biometric authentication is secure and verifiable with Windows Hello or fingerprint sensor security on selected models.

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Factory-enabled advanced Windows security

To help separate applications and data from the core of Windows 10, Surface devices have virtualisation-based security (VBS) built in and enabled by default.

 

 

Take the next step

Contact a Microsoft authorised reseller for pricing. Resellers will also help you deploy and manage Surface for your business.

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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.



1Maximising Your ROI From Microsoft 365 Enterprise With Microsoft Surface, a commissioned Total Economic Impact™ study conducted by Forrester Consulting, July 2020. Results based on a composite organisation with a Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5 licence and standardised mix of Surface Pro 7, Surface Book 3 and Surface Hub devices set up and configured using Windows Autopilot and onboarded to the Microsoft Defender ATP service. Based on a survey of 143 Global Microsoft 365 powered device users.

2 Sold separately.

3 Surface Go and Surface Go 2 use a third-party UEFI and do not support DFCI. For details on Microsoft protection for Surface Go and Go 2, visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-hk/surface/business/surface-go-2.