15 free tools that can help your business during the coronavirus pandemic
Free Learning Tools
Due to coronavirus, the international stock market got severely hit hard, and many companies are losing customers (which will eventually lead to job losses). The outlook has become terrifying.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan extended help ina unique way. He has already given educators free access to his video conferencing platform to continue learning.
Inspired by this action, I shared an idea with Jason Feifer, editor-in-chief of the English edition of Entrepreneur: to make a simple and organized list of free tools of products and services from all types of companies. Access to these powerful tools can help SMEs, teams, and families.
Tools For communication
- Zoom: Free video conferencing tools for small businesses.
- RingCentral: Free video conferencing for educators, healthcare providers, or non-profits.
- Google: The free premium version of Hangouts will operate until July to help businesses and schools work remotely due to the coronavirus. Its features include 250 participants per call, live streaming for up to one lakh viewers within a domain, and then to record and save the call to Google Drive.
- Slack: Remote communication system between teams. You will have free updates to paid plans for teams working in coronavirus pandemic research, response, or mitigation. Interested groups can send a unique email address to set it up and a query on the best way to get started with remote collaboration.
- LogMeIn: Free 3-month virtual meeting site-wide license for healthcare providers, educational institutions, municipalities, and non-profits.
- Loom: Free video calling service for teachers and students, universities, and educational institutions. There is no recording limit on the free plans, and the price of Loom Pro got slash down in half.
- Intermediate: Free professional videoconferences until 2021.
- Vidyard: Free, secure video messaging to improve internal communications for all businesses.
- Discord: The social platform for creating group chats will give its free and improved Go Live streaming service to support 50 simultaneous users instead of 10.
- Dialpad: The cloud-based phone system will give two free months of Dialpad Talk Pro. It also includes video conferencing and UberConference Business.
To know more: DiDi will support older adults of its platform in the face of the COVID-19 emergency
- Panopto: Provides three-month free access to capture and distribute video content for businesses, universities, colleges, and schools to help employees and students continue to learn and work remotely.
- BlueJeans: The cloud-based video conferencing service will grant free access to first responders and NGOs for 90 days.
- 8×8: Free video meetings for all users. It offers more than 80 local dialing numbers (11 toll-free) from more than 55 countries and meetings for up to 50 participants without time restrictions.
- Bloomz: A Free version of this application I available for all schools until June 30, 2020. The software allows us to communicate in real-time, share lessons, student work, and comments.
- Lifesize: Free unlimited licenses for all coronavirus-impacted organizations worldwide. They are eligible to use the company’s cloud-based video collaboration platform for six months.
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