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Background The UK branch of the international charity, Save the Children, has plenty of issues to tackle in its efforts to ensure children receive adequate healthcare, food, education and protection. The security around Save the Children’s data has now been enhanced due to reevaluating the security technology used by its staff. Save the Children’s diversified geographic spread presents some challenging logistical problems for the Global Information Systems Department at its London headquarters. Aid workers are based in remote areas of Africa, Asia and South America. Security however, is always a big issue as more employees need to gain remote access to centralised IT systems, which presents an increased need for robust security.
Background The Prince’s Trust is the UK’s leading youth charity. It gives practical and financial support, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation. It works with 14- to 30-year-olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law.
Quality and reliability have improved, and we now receive fewer complaints from our employees about using the system than we had in the past.
Christian Boerner, Head of ICT at SOS Children's Villages Association