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Cryptzone provides a new work-from-home solution for business continuity use

Cryptzone has announced the release of AppGate MOVE, a USB flash drive that provides a portable and robust way to access information and applications securely from virtually any computer. As the secure bootable USB works independently of the host device’s operating system, the risk from malware infection is claimed to be eradicated.

MOVE is an ideal work-from-home business continuity solution, offering users a quick and easy remote working capability, where they have not been provisioned with expensive corporate laptops.

Working in combination with an AppGate Security Server, the USB flash drive is a bootable device that contains a full operating system, the AppGate client, a web browser, a Microsoft compatible Office Suite email client, and other applications required to complete daily tasks. MOVE does not rely on, or use the operating system on the computer, and it executes in a secure and trusted environment regardless of the configuration. In addition, MOVE includes an encrypted partition for user data, so it does not use local PC hard drive meaning no trace or residue is left when the session to the AppGate server is closed.

The system administrator can define specific rules when MOVE is used to grant or deny user access to applications and data. All applications necessary for the end-user are also pre-installed on the USB flash drive, and the device includes a firewall for extra protection.

AppGate MOVE costs £48 each or organizations can opt to buy an AppGateUSB Factory to produce unlimited copies of MOVE.


•Date: 12th July 2012 • UK •Type: Article • Topic: ICT continuity

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