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Cisco Webex: Free Permits (90 Days) Due to the Coronation!

To help those affected by the spread of the coronavirus (Coronavirus / COVID-19), Cisco has upgraded its free Webex accounts with additional features and offers free business licenses for 90 days.

In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus inside and outside the workplace, some companies require employees to work remotely after international travel.

Other companies, such as Twitter, are asking for them employees work remotely if possible even if they are not located in areas currently affected by the virus.

“Starting today, we strongly encourage all of them employees worldwide to work from home if they can. Our goal is to reduce it chance of the COVID-19 coronation for us and the world around us. We operate with great care and utmost dedication to safeguard our health, "he said. Twitter in a post.

To help those affected by the coronavirus, Cisco has enhanced free Webex accounts with additional features that facilitate work from home.

Previously, free Cisco Webex accounts allowed you to do so meetings with up to 50 participants for 40 minutes.

With the new offer, free accounts can now host meetings with up to 100 participants for an unlimited period. They also offer calls to phone numbers beyond normal capabilities VoIP.

"We have expanded the possibilities of offering free Webex to all countries where it is available, and not just to the countries affected by the coronation," Cisco said.

For businesses, Cisco also offers free 90-day licenses through συνεργατών and the Cisco sales team.

Webex free accounts are available in the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Malta, Malaysia, Malta, Malaysia , Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, (United Arab Emirates), Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam.

For those who wish to take advantage of this offer, you can sign up here for your free Webex account.

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