Registers of Scotland Moves to a Digital Future
The keeper of the world’s oldest public land register moves to a digital future with Citrix.
Combining an office move with a technology upgrade, RoS redesigned the workplace to create different working environments and free people from their desks.
A 90% reduction in carbon footprint, a 25% saving in desk space, improved data security and a robust business continuity plan were all secondary to Register of Scotland’s goal of creating a work environment where people could be at their best.
This latest case study outlines Registers Scotlands seamless journey from antiquated, siloed and restrictive ways of working to their new bespoke, secure, collaborative cloud platform offering employees unprecented levels of flexibilty.
“We decided that Citrix was the right solution for us based on the fact that it would give us the security we needed, the mobility we needed and would work with other solutions we intended to deploy. It’s been an absolute enabler for us.” – Jeff Miller, Head of It Services, Registers of Scotland
Submit your details below to view this latest case study:
Further Resources from Citrix Systems UK Ltd
UK Government Transformation: How We Overcome Key Challenges and Accelerate Progress
Scottish Environment Protection Agency Divorces the Desktop for a Mobile Workstyle
Who’d be a Government CIO? 10 pain points felt by public sector IT teams
Achieve GDPR Readiness with Secure App and Data Delivery
Carmarthenshire CC and Swansea Council join forces to create South Wales Shared Services Portal: Latest case study
South Wales Shared Services Portal Delivers Faster Child Care Results from Paperless Court Proceedings
Security and the Digital Future of the NHS
Bringing Digital Transformation to Local Government
Mobile Working Solution Enables Transformation for East Kent Services
Housing Crisis: A Digital Solution