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Free, Unlimited Video Conferencing to Help Organizations Power Distributed Workforces

News item: March 13, 2020
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Lifesize Announces Free, Unlimited Video Conferencing to Help Organizations Power Distributed Workforces and Contact Centers While Weathering Coronavirus

Austin, Texas — Mar 12, 2020

 

Lifesize, a global innovator of video collaboration and meeting productivity solutions, announced today that all organizations impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide are immediately eligible for an unlimited number of free licenses to use the company’s cloud-based video collaboration platform for six months, enabling them to implement flexible, remote work policies during the global health crisis. The offer allows both new and existing customers to quickly and easily turn to enterprise-grade video meetings and collaboration capabilities at scale.

 

Unlimited Hosts, Meetings and Call Duration

 

As part of the offer, all businesses – regardless of industry segment or geography – are eligible to receive unlimited hosts, meetings and call duration for Lifesize video conferencing, equipping them to rapidly and cost-effectively transition to remote work in a way that is smart, secure and encourages sustained productivity.

 

Beginning today, organizations can sign up for an unlimited number of accounts with up to six free months of Lifesize service, with no caps on the number of hosts, meetings or call duration. Existing Lifesize customers can add unlimited users at current paid service levels, allowing them to efficiently scale collaboration tools to every employee across their organization.

 

Used by thousands of customers around the world, Lifesize’s cloud platform supports video, audio and web conferencing for one-to-one and one-to-many meetings. Lifesize users can easily connect and collaborate through apps for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac devices, or natively through popular web browsers including Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox.

 

Read the rest of the press release here.

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