The following grid details the working at home options:
|HCC Device (laptop or 2-in-1 device)||Own Windows 10 device||Own non-Windows 10 device||Own Mac device|
|Office 365||Full access||Online access, no local copy/print||No access||Limited access|
|Teams||Full access||Online access||No access||Limited access|
|Business applications||Full access||No business applications with secure data||No access||Limited access|
|HCC internal drives (I: etc)||Full access||No access||No access||Limited access|
|HCC internal printing||Full access||No access||No access||No access|
|HCC internal services non-Citrix||Full access||No access||No access||Limited access|
|ESS Lite||Full access||Full access||No access||Full access|
|SAP||Full access||Limited access||No access||Limited access|
|Microsoft Access||Limited access||Limited access||No access||Limited access|
Working at home using your own Windows 10 device
If you need to access emails, documents or Sharepoint pages you can set up your own Windows 10 device to enable access to
- Hampshire County Council business applications that do not contain sensitive information.
- The online version of all the Office365 tools.
Regardless of location you will be able to access the Connect to Public Services page and get to all the Hampshire County Council online applications.
Working at home using a Hampshire County Council device
If you have a Hampshire County Council 2-in-1 device or laptop, you can access everything like you would if you were in the office, just connect to your wi-fi network.
You will have access to
- Your usual Hampshire County Council business applications
- All the Office 365 tools
- Internal websites and shared drives
You access all your applications and services via the Connect to Public Services page.