How Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust managed to promote remote work — without spending a lot of money

Have you ever noticed that your home computer is nicer than the machine you use at work? You're not alone. Bring-your-own-device IT policies are becoming more common, since they can help employees do their best work from anywhere, while still saving the organisation serious money.

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust wanted to empower mobile working for 700 of its 9,200 workers -- but it didn't want to buy 700 new laptops. The solution turned out to be simple, as £50 Windows To Go USB sticks let employees work remotely, while still keeping confidential patient data secure.

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