Pulse Secure offers software to help enterprises in India implement remote working for employees

Stresses the importance of social cohesion and solidarity in battling against the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Fortifying employee safety and business continuity in the COVID-19 health crisis, Pulse Secure is offering expedited licensing of its market-leading secure remote access solution, Pulse Connect Secure (PCS), to companies for their use by employees impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis in India and globally, empowering businesses to quickly extend secure remote access capabilities to corporate resources to employees working from home.

Enterprises that have benefitted from deploying the solution at scale to allow employees to access corporate resources while working from home or anywhere include Flipkart Private Limited & Dentsu Aegis Network, ensuring business continuity while the battle against COVID-19 goes on.

“Pulse Connect Secure has provided the technology means to allow our employees to access corporate resources from any location and at any time securely with a computer or mobile phone, without leaving home,” said Bharath Reddy Guddeti, Vice President – IT, Flipkart Private Limited.

The World Health Organization and local authorities worldwide have advised people to avoid public transportation and work facilities, and to work from home if possible.

“Pulse Secure is committed to the collaborated effort in minimizing business downtime and keeping people protected against the spread of the COVID-19 virus,” said Joe Signorelli, Vice President for Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) at Pulse Secure. “It’s vital that we stand resilient and united during this period, through the strengthening of social cohesiveness, solidarity and kinship, in order to restore confidence and normalcy to our daily lives and contribute to a speedy recovery.”

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