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Hi, I’m Alessandro Simonetti, my role is Modern Workplace Specialist, specifically dedicated to the entire Microsoft Surface hardware range for public administration and throughout the nation. As Veronica Jagher said, let me show you how Surface Hub can be a valid tool in healthcare not only at a time of emergency like the one we are in, but also under normal operating conditions. Thank you. Surface Hub 2 uses a 50-inch screen, has a 3:2 video ratio recommended for productivity, offers 4K resolution and has an antiglare treatment that lets the user enjoy the content from any angle, adjusting the brightness dynamically to guarantee a top level user experience. The distance between glass and digitizer is minimized: this bestows magnificent reactivity to touch and eliminates the parallax effect while writing. Thanks to Surface Active Pen, connected by Bluetooth and positionable in many points of the frame, the writing and drawing experience is smoother than ever. A really natural feel. The device’s eye is a magnificent 4K camera you can put on the frame by USB-C door. The visual field has a 90° angle, without distortion and the images are optimized entirely automatically. Hub has Doppler sensors that let you detect a presence and guarantee reactivity to use. The audio section is definitely a strong point: front 3-way full-range stereo speakers emit a pure sound and with Bass module you have the right depth. Hub listens with an array of 8-element full-band microphones that create an acquisition area meant to enhance the user’s voice eliminating background noise through specific algorithms. On the edge of the frame there are 4 USB-C ports that let you use various accessories, but naturally Hub has many other ports that enable usages with peripheral extensions, like for example the output to a projector and external audio media, or to connect your PC and much more. The battery made by Schneider Electric (and for this reason sold separately) with the carriage created by Steelcase let you use the device absolutely dynamically in rooms, unleashing all of Surface Hub’s potential and optimally supporting all users. Its real strength comes from an operating system that lets each user log on with his or her credentials and change Hub into their device. In this case, sign-in is mediated by the app Microsoft Authenticator. This simplifies sign-in and avoids typing the password guaranteeing maximum security. Logging in with Logic Single Sign-on, you can log into all the scheduled meetings and the files uploaded on OneDrive are launched with one touch. The Office applications open in the blink of an eye already being signed in and ready to go. By using the multitasking ability of Hub, you have the option to split the screen with many applications simultaneously, taking advantage of sign-in before browser navigation, too. Among the basic tools in the start menu we have Microsoft Whiteboard. In this case, too, the user is supported by the frictionless sign-in logic, that doesn’t disrupt the workflow, allowing the user to express himself optimally without distraction. When the activity is done, the user just clicks the End Session button. This provides a clean slate and prepares Hub for the next user’s arrival always guaranteeing top performance. Hub makes for a great video collaboration experience. With your display name, you can be asked to meetings as if asked by a colleague or a meeting room exploiting the Client Team on PC or smartphone or as an alternative, inviting with the Outlook calendar via server Exchange. Once the meeting starts, we have the digital canvas of the full-screen whiteboard and visibility of participants on the sidebar. Depending on the case, we can bring the attendees to full-screen or share a whiteboard so that everyone can give input at the same time. Hub packaging is designed to aid in the installation steps to facilitate the operation fully. The standard package includes a Surface Active Pen and a Camera Hub 4K, besides the power plug, of course. The Mobile Roam produced by Steelcase is a highly recommended solution and it’s super easy to assemble: two people can easily install it in a few minutes and without any effort. Once assembled, it houses Hub with maximum stability thanks to the practical joining supports. The battery is also a recommended accessory, since, besides allowing the device to operate where there aren’t any outlets, it protects the motherboard from any voltage spikes from the electrical system, making it a real UPS. Assembling it is simple and intuitive. Lastly, you don’t have to worry about cables, since Hub is designed to hide them to have a sleek design all around. Let’s quickly look at some examples of app use: sharing information with colleagues exploiting the DICOM viewers, a super presentation involving the public and lastly, a training session for medical students. Let’s start right away signing in to the meeting, where coworkers are already waiting for me. I can do it with my account or with the account of the device based on the circumstances. The Whiteboard opens automatically, with sign-in to my area already done. It’s all extremely smooth. Now I browse the applications menu, because I want to talk with coworkers about a patient’s knee. I can open the files from the cloud or simply from a USB pen drive. I select the series of images browsing the different folders and we see an RM with axial slices of the knee. But as you can see, this application has few functions so I prefer to use the one on my PC because I want to take measurements. On Hub I press Menu and then the Connect button, to connect in Miracast with this, which is my PC. From my PC, I just simultaneously press the buttons Windows + K to make Hub appear in the devices that allow connection. Surface Hub has become a peripheral of my PC. I have total control and a fantastic user experience with 4K display, touch and pen to take measurements of the femoral condyles. Even in this case, I am using PowerPoint with Surface Hub. Today I have a mixed audience, but it won’t be hard to communicate and show the presentation thanks to the Hub screen and Microsoft Translator. Just pick your language and the one you want automatic translation in. Launching the presentation, the information slide appears which lets the audience get on their own phone real-time translation in their own language. In PowerPoint, for example, look how useful a 3:2 screen is. It allows me to convey my message to foreigners in English at the top, while at the bottom hearing impaired Italians can understand everything I’m saying, and all this, without covering up the slide content. And now let’s go on to the training session, using a PDF file that looks at the respiratory system. In this case, too, I pair an app downloaded from the Store that helps understand what I’m explaining, helping me with radiological images and different information. As you can see, we're still totally multitasking, dividing the screen into 3 parts in videoconference, with an application and PDF reader used at the same time. We launch the Edge browser and we navigate searching info using the Virtual Keyboard or a separate mouse and keyboard instead. The rule for smart sign-in is also valid here. Navigation is extremely smooth and we can take information and images directly. In this anatomy lesson done by videoconference via Teams with students in my course, I explain at a high level blood circulation in the cardiac chambers. I use the Whiteboard to explain the main anatomical structures, the valves and nerve fibers that make pulsation possible, etc. I use colors that, unlike chalk, allow me to be very clear about arterial and venous blood circulation. I don’t leave any doubts and above all I can make the participants interact. I finish using one of the many digital whiteboard functions. We are at the end of the lesson and I want to close with a small interactive test. I convert the image I downloaded from the Internet into modifiable ink with the Magic Wand, I erase anatomical names of some heart parts and I ask the students to answer the questions completing the drawing remotely.

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Posted by: gabriella61 on Jun 24, 2020

hub healthcare + intro

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