Surface Enterprise Initiative focused on bringing greater mobility and productivity to the enterprise with the power of Windows 10
Today, Microsoft is announcing the Surface Enterprise Initiative. This initiative is focused on bringing greater mobility and productivity to organizations with the power of Windows 10. This initiative kicks off with an expanded partnership with Dell to deliver premium Windows 10 devices and word-class services and support to enterprise customers. This is the first in a series of collaborations to deliver even more value to our customers by bringing together amazing Windows 10 devices, industry specific apps and solutions, and unmatched sales, services and support. We also plan to leverage our longstanding relationships with HP, Accenture and Avanade to enable more customers to enjoy the benefits of Windows 10.
Our enterprise customers in the 30 markets where Surface is commercially available tell us they love Surface, especially how it improves both productivity and mobility. But some also tell us they need a broader set of options in terms of service, management and support. And while many take advantage of our great services like Office and Skype for Business, they also tell us that the promise of mobile productivity that Surface represents can be even more fully realized with industry-specific Windows apps that are easy to use across devices. These solutions, optimized for mobility and access to real-time data and information, can reinvent entire workflows and really redefine the impact that devices like Surface can have on business productivity.
With 75 million devices already running Windows 10, it’s a good time for enterprises to consider Windows 10. And today’s news means it will be even easier for our enterprise customers to experience the best of Windows 10.
Together with our partners, we’re excited to deliver the tools enterprises need to transform their business. More information regarding today’s announcement, including videos from Satya Nadella and Michael Dell, can be found on the Windows blog.