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Q. How do I connect our Surface Hub to other video collaboration systems?

A. You join the call via a Virtual Meeting Space.

Virtual Meeting Spaces provide a simple way to click and connect your Surface Hub to any non-Microsoft video tool.

A Microsoft Surface Hub is a great tool, until you try connecting to something that's not running Microsoft software. With Virtual Meeting Spaces, it's easy; there's no software to install and no hardware to buy. These are video conferencing gateways hosted in the Cloud...

Please note, we will also be able to keep you connected when Microsoft makes the move to Microsoft Teams - coming 2018.

A Microsoft Surfce Hub connecting to a stack of logos - Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge, Safari, iOS and Android

Virtual Meeting Spaces connect to all mainstream browsers - Edge, Safari, Chrome and Firefox.

  • Connect to video conferencing equipment using SIP protocols, H.323 or IP addresses.
  • Share content, record and review meetings later with other colleagues.
  • Stream your content to an editing house and save on the studio costs.
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Open up your Surface Hub.

  • Extend your reach with video collaboration - easily connect to Polycom, Lifesize or Cisco units.
  • Nothing to learn - everyone can connect to everyone else instantly.
  • Send an invitation from MS Outlook.
  • Or drag-and-drop video unit contacts into Skype for Business meetings.

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