To provide employees with a choice of work computers, Microsoft IT maintains a list of standard devices that meet our requirements for performance, user authentication, secure connectivity, and information security. Built to support Windows 10, standard configurations of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 meet our device criteria for deployment. For ease of device management, we use standard tools and utilities that help us manage, configure, and protect Surface devices within the enterprise.
Microsoft is an environment of change, with the latest software and hardware advances constantly pushing the boundaries of corporate IT’s charter. To effectively manage both users’ expectations and the mandates of information security, Microsoft IT needed to develop a programmatic approach to technology adoption—one that would foster innovation without increasing risks by introducing uncontrolled technologies. This is particularly true when considering the impacts of trends in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios.
The portability and long battery life of your Surface with Windows RT device make it easy to carry with you to meetings. Using Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Outlook 2013 and your tablet’s built-in camera, you can easily capture and share pictures of the whiteboard diagrams from your meetings.
The portability and long battery life of your Windows RT device make it easy to carry with you. Use Microsoft OneNote throughout the day on your work PC to organize your reading, then sync your OneNote with your Windows RT-compatible device and take your reading with you on the airplane, at the doctor’s office, or wherever you find yourself with a little free time.