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Access IRM-protected documents while you are out of Office

Information Rights Management (IRM) is a tool to help you protect sensitive documents and e-mail. You can create or open IRM-protected documents and e-mails even outside office from your notebook computer or home PC with Internet access after installing the IRM client software.

 
Access Your Applications while you are out of Office
Virtual Private Network (VPN)

The Virtual Private Network (VPN) enables authorized users to access intranet websites such as Enterprise Information Portal (EIP), Central Filing System (CFS) and web applications securely from any Internet-connected computer once the VPN connection between the VPN Server and your computer is established, as if your computer were directly attached to the corporate network.

Please be noted that commencing from 8 April Windows XP computer is no longer supported by VPN service.

 
Remote Terminal Service (RTS)
The Remote Terminal Service (RTS) provides secure access to Windows-based
applications (Non Web Applications) from virtually any device over any connection.

 

Access Your E-mails while you are out of Office
Outlook Web Access (OWA)

The Outlook Web Access (OWA) is a web-based version of Microsoft Outlook. The Outlook Web Access gives users additional flexibility in checking e-mail, calendar, task and contacts from a browser-based computer with Internet access.

 
Outlook Direct Access (ODA)

When you need frequent access to your e-mails from the Internet, particularly during your business trip, you are recommended to use ODA on the notebook computer supplied to you. ODA allows you to access your mailbox through the Outlook 2003 client with the same "look-and-feel" as if you were working in office premises.

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