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South West Communications Group has launched its Surface as a Service programme to offer Microsoft Surface devices, plus supporting operating systems and business software, on a monthly subscription.
Businesses will be able to choose from one of four Microsoft Surface devices: the Pro, Laptop, Book 2 or Studio.
As a Microsoft Surface Distributor Managed Partner, swcomms has created six bundles to meet the needs of different user types from home worker to designers. These bundles include the most suitable Surface device complemented by Microsoft 365 packages comprising of Office 365 and the latest Windows 10 operating system, along with additional security and management features, accident protection, support and data-only SIMs.
Sarah Flowers, swcomms sales director, said: “Businesses and their employees want the option to work remotely from anywhere at any time. To do this, they need the tools to communicate and access their data securely to stay productive.
“We are bringing together the best of Windows 10, Office 365, enterprise mobility and security, all running on a range of Surface devices.
“Our Surface as a Service offering enables businesses to pay monthly for these devices, accessories, services and support, including a warranty from Microsoft that includes cover for damage caused by spills, drops and power surges.”
swcomms has set up a new cloud demonstration suite at its headquarters in Exeter where potential Surface as a Service customers can experience the range of Surface devices and gain advice on the right bundle for their business by speaking to our Microsoft Direct Partner team.
Businesses can find out more about our Surface as a Service by emailing email@example.com.
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