Last week, CESG, the National Technical Authority for Information Assurance in the UK, issued guidance that enables public sector organisations to provide flexible working to more staff, but without the high costs of providing company issued laptops.
With the publication of CESG guidance on Excitor G/On, organisations can benefit in a number of key areas:-
- Enable more staff to work from home on their personal PC, improving employee satisfaction
- Simplify IT by installing an Excitor G/On server that replaces the need for complex remote access infrastructure on multiple servers
- Reuse older equipment by reissuing end of life machines with a lightweight G/On OS token, reducing the spend on new laptops.
Click here to access the latest CESG guidance, Excitor G/On Security White Paper and to learn how you could increase flexible working and save money.