COVID-19: Free Access To Meet Video Conferencing During Coronavirus Crisis
March 16, 2020
Written by Andreas Rösler
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Weeks into the coronavirus outbreak, the necessity of social distancing is as clear as day. People all over the world are working from home, some of them for the first time in their lives. We, just like many others, want to contribute to this remote way of life during the Coronavirus crisis and are therefore offering free access to Meet video conferencing.
Social Distancing, No Social Isolation
Now we are neither doctors nor virologists. But we want to help to ensure that the restriction of social contacts does not lead to complete isolation. Our video conferencing software allows you to look each other in the eyes while having online meetings in small groups over different devices (PCs with Windows, Linux, Macs, Android phones, iPhones, tablets, …). So you even can meet at the coffee machine when working from your home office – the only difference being you talking in front of different coffee machines at different places ;-).
Free Video Conferencing During Coronavirus Crisis
From now on a completely free accessible instance of our web conferencing software Meet is available at splash.meet-app.io.
Of course, anyone can use our open source software, but it requires some technical know-how. After all, a system must be set up and operated. We usually don’t do this work ourselves. However, because of the Coronavirus outbreak and its subsequent social restrictions, we decided to do make Meet easily accessible for anyone who needs it.
How To Access Meet Video Conferencing
Kopano Meet Cloud
And it’s as simple as that!