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Maximizing Teams Rooms Licensing Requirements for Surface Hub
Introduction
We all know that the Surface Hub is a powerful device for teamwork and collaboration, but it is also important to consider the licensing requirements for setting up a Teams Room. At Microsoft, we understand the importance of getting the most out of your hardware and software investments, which is why we have put together this comprehensive guide to Teams Room licensing requirements for Surface Hub.Understanding Teams Room Licensing Requirements
The first step in understanding Teams Room licensing requirements for Surface Hub is to understand the different licenses available. Teams Room licenses are available for various types of devices, including Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Surface Hub. These licenses are valid for one year and must be renewed annually.The Teams Room license for Windows 10 devices includes the following features:

* Microsoft Teams
* Skype for Business
* Exchange Online (including Outlook)
* SharePoint Online
* Yammer
* OneDrive for Business
* Office 365 ProPlus

The Teams Room license for Windows 8.1 devices includes the same features as the Windows 10 license, plus the following:

* Microsoft Office Mobile
* Microsoft Office Online
* Microsoft Dynamics 365

The Teams Room license for Surface Hub includes the same features as the Windows 10 license, plus the following:

* Microsoft Whiteboard
* Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
* Microsoft OneNote
* Microsoft Office Lens

Maximizing Your Teams Room Licensing Requirements
Once you have a better understanding of the Teams Room licensing requirements for Surface Hub, you can begin to maximize your investments. There are several ways to do this, including:1. Leverage existing licenses
If you are already using Office 365 or other Microsoft services, you can use those licenses to cover the Teams Room license. This is a great way to save money and ensure that you are getting the most out of your licenses.2. Consider volume discounts
If you are setting up multiple Teams Rooms on Surface Hubs, you may be eligible for volume discounts. Check with your Microsoft representative to see if you qualify for any discounts.3. Choose the right license type
Depending on your needs, it may be beneficial to choose a different license type. For example, if you are using Surface Hubs for presentations and meetings, you may not need all of the features included in the Windows 10 license. You may be able to save money by selecting the Windows 8.1 license instead.4. Use a third-party partner
If you are setting up multiple Teams Rooms, you may want to consider using a third-party partner. These partners can provide discounted licenses and help you manage the setup and configuration of your Teams Rooms.Conclusion
Understanding Teams Room licensing requirements for Surface Hub is essential for maximizing your investments. By leveraging existing licenses, considering volume discounts, selecting the right license type, and using a third-party partner, you can ensure that you are getting the most out of your Teams Room setup.We hope this guide has been helpful in understanding the licensing requirements for setting up Teams Rooms on Surface Hubs. If you have any questions, please contact your Microsoft representative.
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New Teams Rooms licensing requirements for Surface Hub
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1. Licensing Requirements for Surface Hub
2. Microsoft Teams Rooms Licensing

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