MUSCAT – Microsoft announced the general availability of Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio and Surface Pro 8 for organisations across industries in Oman. Built to be modern and essential devices for today’s hybrid workforce, The new Surface products protect productivity, promote innovation, and prioritise accessibility, while ensuring the safety and security of all users.
“All sectors have gone through exceptional circumstances and major changes over the past two years. To empower the workforce to further leverage technology to overcome challenges, Microsoft has designed new ‘Surface’ solutions that enable the workforce to enhance their experiences and drive productivity,” said Finn Morris, Surface Business Group director at Microsoft Middle East and Africa.
“We believe these ‘Surface’ devices will be key enabler of the Sultanate of Oman’s ongoing digital transformation.
Surface devices integrate seamlessly with Windows 11, ensuring that collaboration between employees is enhanced with a high level of security,” Morris added. Designed in concert with Windows 11, the new devices reflect Microsoft’s commitment towards designing technology that fosters productivity and creativity, while also bringing inclusion and accessibility to the fore.
Each new version of Windows unlocks the next generation of hardware innovation. And for the last decade, Surface has been at the forefront challenging convention, pioneering new experiences and creating entirely new categories of devices.
In addition to ensuring productivity and innovation in the modern workplace, Microsoft is launching the Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse as a step forward in Microsoft’s larger sustainability journey. In keeping with the organisation’s goal to have 100 per cent recyclable devices and packages by 2030, the new mouse is made with 20 per cent recycled ocean plastic and its packaging is 100 per cent recyclable.