Microsoft has declared HoloLens, its augmented reality headset, “open for business” with the launch of its commercial suite. Aimed at enterprise, the suite has additional security and management features that won’t make it to the consumer model. These include: Kiosk mode – Allows businesses to set HoloLens to a specific app or run in “demo […]
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