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Windows to Go for Imperial

14th March 2013

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has announced it is to deploy Windows To Go.

The version of the new Windows 8 operating system on a USB stick is designed specifically for businesses and allows users to boot a full version of Microsoft Windows remotely on any Windows 7 or Windows 8 certified device giving them access to their corporate network, including systems such as email.

The trust originally thought the only solution for staff to work remotely was to provide them with new laptops, costing £750 each, but sees Microsoft’s Windows To Go solution as a far more cost-effective and seamless solution – at a cost of £50 – that allows staff to successfully work remotely.

 

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Article Information

Title: Windows to Go for Imperial
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23904
Date Added: 14th Mar 2013

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