90 Second Narrative
Imagine we're in the middle of a global upheaval, and Debeka, a vast insurance firm, is scrambling to adapt. They've got a workforce of 16,000 now homebound, needing to work securely from their living rooms. They pivot, equipping their people with Lenovo ThinkPad L14s that boast IGEL OS—a fortress in a notebook, they called it the IGELBook
Now, picture their IT team, controlling this new fleet with ease—no more frantic patching, just smooth, drag-and-drop updates. And the security? Ironclad. Employees work worry-free, knowing their virtual fort holds strong against any digital siege, keeping systems running without a hitch.
Finally, let's talk numbers. Debeka didn't just dodge operational chaos; they saved CAPEX and OPEX, Less money spent on fixes and hardware means more to invest back into their business and people.
What was the Issue?
When the world was blindsided by the pandemic, Debeka, a leading insurance company, faced an enormous challenge: swiftly transitioning 16,000 employees to secure remote work. The stopgap solution kept the lights on, but a more permanent, secure solution was imperative for the team spread across branch offices.
What was the Solution?
Debeka took a decisive leap, opting for the Lenovo ThinkPad L14 Gen 3 notebook, fully equipped with the IGEL OS operating system. Internally at Debeka they call this the IGELbook. This choice wasn't just about hardware; it was about empowering branch office employees with a robust endpoint that promised enhanced access to virtual environments without compromising on security.
What did this mean?
Adopting the IGELBook meant that Debeka's IT team could manage operations with drag-and-drop simplicity. No more tedious patching processes: updates were now a breeze, which streamlined the workload significantly.
IGELbook, gave Debeka a security model that fortified Debeka against cyber threats. This simple yet effective system not only fortified security but also bolstered overall system reliability.
Not only did this shift prevent potential operational hemorrhaging, but it also translated into tangible savings. Debeka saw a dramatic decrease in operational costs and hardware investments, thanks to the efficiency and longevity of the IGELBooks.