Microsoft Selects Viju as a Global Partner to Provide Surface Hub Technology for Collaborative Workspaces

Viju has forged a strategic reseller partnership with Microsoft, as part of the Microsoft Surface Hub partner program.

Viju has been selected as a partner because of their knowledge and experience in providing innovative visual communications solutions and services, as well as their ability to help companies effectively integrate Microsoft Surface Hub into their collaborative working environments.

Microsoft Surface Hub is game changing interactive display technology that harnesses the power of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Universal Windows apps to deliver a new kind of productivity experience optimised for groups.

"The addition of Microsoft Surface Hub in our portfolio enables us to build innovative activity-based workspaces that deliver unprecedented business value," said Georg Thingbø, CTO, Viju. "By combining interactive touch display technology with Skype for Business, Microsoft Office and our Cloud Services, we can provide interoperability with standards-based video and WebRTC from any device. This is a unique visual collaboration solution that will change the way people work."

"Collaboration is a top priority for many business leaders, and they are increasingly looking for the guidance to help them identify their success factors for collaborative working in the modern enterprise," said Odd Sverre Østlie, President/CEO, Viju. "Integrating collaboration and communication technologies into the physical and digital workplace is increasingly complex and challenging; we offer the expertise and experience to help them define and execute their unified communications and collaboration strategy."

About Microsoft Surface Hub

Microsoft Surface Hub collaboration devices are available for businesses to pre-order from 1 July 2015 in 24 markets including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, United States and the United Kingdom.

Microsoft will provide an updated timetable for Surface Hub production, including a shipment schedule in August 2015.

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