Some big news coming out of Microsoft yesterday, specifically in a blog co-authored by Microsoft’s Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay and Microsoft CVP of Devices, Robin Seiler on what’s next for Microsoft Surface, an announcement was made that the company will be bringing the family of devices to our shores later this year. How cool?
The device (Surface) has many fans in South Africa (us included) who are eager to start using the products personally as well purchase for business purposes. In addition, it’s also interesting to note, unsurprisingly, that Surface has a large number of Enterprise customers who do business globally. These global companies have been pushing Microsoft to expand into Mzansi and that seems to have worked. This forms part of a move from Microsoft to expand their global coverage and serve customers in critical markets. Built with Windows 10 and Microsoft 365, Surface is described as providing what you need to transition between work life, home life and everything in between no matter where you are.
As the world and people’s routines change, Microsoft is meeting customers where they are now and helping them get to where they want to be in the future. With over one billion active Windows 10 devices across 200 countries, there has never been a more important time for a secure, reliable platform, such as Windows 10, that can empower people to create, educate and communicate wherever they are. We couldn’t agree more with that.
The company confirmed that their intention is to bring their current Surface portfolio to South Africa by the end of the year. More info to come in the coming months so continue keeping it locked here for all the latest.
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