Cloud computing and mobility concept Alessandro Stesi

ownCloud free for emergency Corona Virus (COVID-19)

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

To deal with the Corona Virus emergency and to help companies with Smart Working tools, the Secure Online Desktop offers the ownCloud Pro version service free of charge for two months:

Service info:

ownCloud Pro version

 

Instructions for free use of the service:

  ♦ Access the product page at the following link: https://cloud.secure-od.com/?cmd=cart&action=add&id=310

  ♦ Click on the Promotional Code link on the right

  ♦ Enter the promotional code: COVID-19

 

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