HP is one such company. A new suite of devices and services have been designed to complement Windows 10 features, from security to performance.
Take, for instance, the BANG & OLUFSEN limited edition HP EliteBook Folio 1020. The notebook accommodates Microsoft’s new personal assistant, Cortana, through dual-array microphones and noise-cancelling software. Additionally, these features are sure to support Windows 10’s Skype for Business, all the while creating a clear and high definition user experience.
In the same vein, HP has released the Pro Tablet 608, available with Windows 10.
With Device Guard, Windows Hello and Microsoft Passport, it is clear Windows 10 puts a high emphasis on security. While these developments offer near faultless protection, HP makes sure to cover all the bases. HP Sure Start is the industry’s only self-healing defense system that protects the BIOS, a root piece of software that often goes unacknowledged and unprotected. This, combined with smart cards, Bluetooth, PIN and fingerprint matching technology gives HP’s Elite line of notebooks and HP ZBooks all-inclusive security.
HP is a clear example of how innovation motivates a company to move forward. Stewart Brand best summed up the importance of adaptability when he said, “Once a new technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road.”
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