On the Surface Hub, users installing Windows 10 Creators Update will get single sign-on and deeper Office 365 integration; new manageability and security features; and Hub-to-Hub coauthoring.
Access to users' personal content stored in OneDrive; most recently used document panels and integration with Microsoft Teams via Edge are part of the Creators Update on Surface Hub. Microsoft optimized audio for human speech and improved Miracast projection with this update. Skype controls also have been simplified with the Surface Hub Creators Update release, officils said.
The new Microsoft Whiteboard app for Windows 10, which Microsoft debuted on May 23 at its Surface Pro unveiling, will come first to the Surface Hub starting in mid-June as an app update. (Microsoft will make it available for the Surface Studio and Pro some time after that.) Whiteboard will allow users to ink with each other in real time across supported Windows 10 devices. Office 365 subscribers will get "exclusive" capabilities in Whiteboard.
Microsoft is offering a five-year Extended Hardware Service for Surface Hub, officials said.