Coronavirus Pandemic Free Technology Tools
Free Technology Tools Supporting Businesses at Covid-19 Crisis Time
As coronavirus crisis keeps forcing cities and countries to go lockdown, businesses are trying to maintain their business with employees working from home remotely. Many technology companies started offering free access to their tech products and services to make working from home a new work environment.
At Fraxnet we curated a list of tech tools that might assist businesses to survive in this COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Last update : 21 March, 2020
Odoo is offering free elearning for teachers, schools, and corporate training to help them continue teaching online.
In addition, Odoo also provides full access to all its ERP modules for educational institutes.
Microsoft, for example, is offering a free six-month trial of its premium Teams chat app, as well as 1TB of storage
LogMeIn will provide government, healthcare,educational, non-profit, & existing customers, a free “Emergency Remote Work Kits” for 3 months, that include video conferencing, IT support and remote access to devices.
Cisco has released a free version of its video conferencing solution Webex,
Coursera, the world’s largest online learning platform has announced that it is making its full course catalog free to every university.
Google Cloud has announced free access to its advanced Hangouts Meet videoconferencing capabilities for all G-Suite customers of its and G-Suite for Education services.
Zoom has lifted the 40-minute limit on Zoom meetings, and is “proactively monitoring servers to ensure maximum reliability amid any capacity increases”.
SimLab Soft’s team is proud to make SimLab Composer and VR Viewer available for educational institutes to play a small part in improving educational opportunities for all.
Educational customers can get free home access for students and teachers to its Creative Cloud through May 31. Also made adobe Connect free for schools, businesses and government agencies for 90-day licenses that can run until July 1
The data hub gives the public access to data from vetted sources, such as the World Health Organization and the US CDC, in a ready-to-use data stream. Organizations can blend that data with their own to track the impact that the coronavirus may have on their business
Esri Provides Free Mapping Software for Organizations Fighting COVID-19 disease pandemic. Esri is providing the ArcGIS Hub Coronavirus Response template at no cost through a complimentary six-month ArcGIS Online subscription with ArcGIS Hub.
NVIDIA has made its Parabricks genome-sequencing software available at no charge to researchers sequencing the coronavirus and the genomes of those suffering from COVID-19.
Qaltrics by SAP are making the Qualtrics Remote Work Pulse publicly available and free for all organizations.The Qualtrics Remote Work Pulse helps you understand if your organization is prepared for a remote workforce
Intermedia is offering the AnyMeeting Pro video conferencing and webinar service for free to all new users through Dec. 31, 2020, with no usage restrictions. The video conferencing tool lets remote workers hold global on-line meetings with features like high-definition video and audio conferencing, screen sharing, call recording, chats, and note-taking.
Discord is an all-in-one communication app for your communities, gaming, and friends. Chat and have fun in a custom server, where organized text channels and open voice channels make it easy to hop into a game together, plan your next meetup, or just keep in touch throughout the day.
unityVideo game software development company Unity is offering free access to Unity Learn Premium which includes interactive lessons, tutorials and projects for learning game development until June 20. Unity is also delivering free virtual classes through Create with Code Live, for students, teachers and anyone else interested in learning to code beginning March 23.
Software development platform GitHub is offering computer science instructors free access to developer tools for domain name, code visualization and application monitoring through the GitHub Teacher Toolbox, along with free access to auto-grading with GitHub Classroom