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Free Cloud Conference for Corona Virus Emergency (COVID-19)

Cloud Conference free for two months for Corona Virus emergency (COVID-19).

To cope with the Corona Virus emergency and to help companies with Smart Working tools, the Secure Online Desktop offers the Cloud Conference service free of charge for two months. Cloud Conference is our video conference service that does not require the use of software, no installation is necessary because everything is already available in the Cloud.

Service info:

Cloud Conference.

 

Instructions for free use of the service:

  ♦ Access the product page at the following link: https://cloud.secure-od.com/cart/saas—cloud-conference

  ♦ Click on the “Use a promotional code” box on the right

  ♦ Enter the promotional code: COVID-19

 

 

Cloud Conference free for two months for Corona Virus emergency (COVID-19)

 

Further information:

  ♦ Any company can access the promotion by using the ownCloud service for free for two months;

  ♦ The promotion in question does not include any renewal obligation and no disbursement;

  ♦ At the end of the promotion, the user can decide whether to renew the service or to discontinue it.

 

L’iniziativa è stata pubblicata anche sul portale istituzionale Solidarietà Digitale nella sezione Smart Working cercando per Cloud Conference.

The initiative was also published on the institutional portal Digital Solidarity in the Smart Working section looking for the Cloud Conference.

Cloud Conference free for two months for Corona Virus emergency

 

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