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List of Free Software and Services During Coronavirus Outbreak - BleepingComputer

List of Free Software and Services During Coronavirus Outbreak - BleepingComputer


List of Free Software and Services During Coronavirus Outbreak - BleepingComputer

Posted: 14 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PDT

Remote Work

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many organizations are asking their employees to work remotely. This, though, brings new challenges to the workplace as users adapt to video meetings, screen sharing, and the use of remote collaboration tools.

To assist a new wave of remote works and get some publicity at the same time, many software developers and service providers have started to offer free licenses or enhanced versions of their software and services.

Below is a roundup of all the free upgrades to services and software licenses being offered during the Coronavirus outbreak.

If you are a software developer or technology service provider and would like to add any free offers to this list, please contact us with a short description of your offer. 

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Business software

Adobe

For higher education and K-12 customers who currently provide Adobe Creative Cloud apps to their students and employees, Adobe is now offering free access at-home access to the apps if the organization requests it. This access will be available for free through May 31st, 2020.

"Starting today, we're giving our higher education and K-12 institutional customers globally — who currently make Creative Cloud apps available to students who login through on-campus labs — the ability to request temporary "at-home" access for their students and educators. This will be granted through May 31, 2020 at no additional cost. To learn more and request access, please follow this link."

For schools, businesses, and government agencies, Adobe is also offering free access to their Adobe Connect conferencing solution for free through July 1st, 2020.

Affinity

Affinity is offering a free 90-day trial to the complete Affinity design and publishing software suite.

  • A new 90-day free trial of the Mac and Windows versions of the whole Affinity suite
  • +A 50% discount for those who would rather buy and keep the apps on Mac, Windows PC and iPad
  • +A pledge to engage more than 100 freelance creatives for work, spending the equivalent of our annual commissioning budget in the next three months (more details of this will be announced soon).

Avid

Avid is offering temporary licenses to customers for free between March 16 and Friday, April 17.

"To assist our community in delivering their projects and assignments while working remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Avid is providing temporary licenses of our creative tools to customers at no charge. Starting today, March 16, through Friday, April 17, users who are working from home may obtain 90-day licenses free of charge for Media Composer | Ultimate, Pro Tools, Pro Tools | Ultimate and Sibelius | Ultimate. In addition, any student of an institution who uses our products and can no longer attend school and/or access school facilities can receive a 90-day license of the same products. Click on the link below for full details and eligibility," Avid stated.

Drastic Technologies Ltd.

Drastic is offering free 3-month licenses to existing customers to various software products.

"As many will now be working from home, Drastic Technologies is offering free 3-month licenses for all existing customers as well as those that can use our media content creation tools to make working at home easier. This includes videoQC, HDRScope/4kScope, MediaReactor for Avid and Adobe, and even Net-X-Code (which can be run on Windows as well as Linux). Please download and install the software you need, follow the licensing instructions and contact us by email to get a temporary license."

Kapwing

Kapwing is giving away free licenses to their image creation software Kapwing Pro to all teachers through April 17th.

"In response to COVID-19 and the millions of classrooms that are now learning from home, we are giving away Kapwing PRO accounts for FREE to all teachers through April 17," Kapwing announced in their offer.

Really Simple Systems

Really Simple Systems is offering a free three-month subscription to their CRM 'Starter Plan' solution for new subscriptions between now and May 31st, 2020.

The Starter plan includes up to 1,000 customer accounts and unlimited users.

TechSmith

TechSmith is giving free licenses to their TechSmith Snagit screen capture software and the TechSmith Video Review software through June 30th, 2020.

"Our screen recording tool, TechSmith Snagit, and our asynchronous collaboration platform, TechSmith Video Review, will be provided for free through the end of June 2020 to any organization that needs it," TechSmith announced.

For existing customers of the TechSmith Relay or Video Review products, TechSmith is providing free increased usage with no charge.

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Business services

Acronis

To help service providers during the Coronavirus pandemic, Acronis is providing two offers to service providers:

  1. We've received feedback that service providers are facing challenges transitioning their customers over to work-from-home operations. To support them, we're giving away our enterprise-grade file sync and share solution -  Acronis Cyber Files Cloud - for free through Jul 31.
  2. Also, new customers added by service providers between March 18 and July 31, the service providers will not be charged for the consumption of any Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud by those customers between now and July 31. 

This move is designed to enable our partners to support clients who have an immediate need for cyber protection but have not budgeted for it.

More information about these offers can be found here.

iFlow

iFlow is giving free access to their iFlow employee time and attendance solution.

"Due to the fact that we want to help all the companies during these times, no matter what their activity field is or the size of it, we are offering the iFlow app for free. New companies that register and are working from home or not can benefit from this offer. All you need to do is to create a new account and send us an e-mail with the text "Together". Then, we will activate the free account during the COVID-19 crisis, at least for 3 months," the offer stated.

LuxSci

LuxSci is giving free high volume HIPAA-compliant health/safety-related email services for free until June 1st, 2020.

"In response to the US declaration of a COVID-19 public health emergency, LuxSci is offering companies the ability to send free High Volume HIPAA-compliant health/safety-related email securely, free of charge, until (at least) June 1st, 2020," states LuxSci's offer.

Loom

The Loom video messaging platform has announced that through July 1st, 2020 they will provide these additional features:

  • Remove the recording limit on our free plan — what was 25 is now unlimited
  • Cut the price of Loom Pro in half — what was $10/month is now $5/month
  • Extend all trials of Loom Pro from 14 to 30 days

Meero

The Meero photographer platform has increased member's storage capacity by 10GB for the next three months:

"In order to facilitate the remote working required by the recent developments of COVID-19 worldwide, Meero is increasing the storage capacity and validity duration of files shared via MeeroDrop, with up to 10 Gigabytes and 3 months of validity, features typically only available in the advanced version of the website," Meero stated in their offer.

PandaDoc

PandaDoc has created a free eSign document signing plan during the Coronavirus outbreak.

We want to help keep businesses running and people working during this uncertain time, so we have introduced a new Free eSign plan, a free eSignature solution that we are presenting worldwide to keep business doors open and deals coming in. 

Free eSign gives companies the following capabilities, for unlimited users and for free of charge:

  • Unlimited document uploads – Upload and send as many documents for eSignature as you'd like.
  • Unlimited eSignatures – Collect an unlimited number of safe, secure, and legally binding electronic signatures.
  • Payment processing – Accept a credit card, PayPal, or ACH payment the moment your doc is signed.

Thoughtexchange

Question and answer platform for company leaders is giving free and unlimited access to their platform.

"Effective immediately, leaders in any organization can gain free and unlimited access to Thoughtexchange and use it to ask mission-critical questions relevant to the COVID-19 outbreak. There are no strings attached and no limits on participant numbers or the amount of questions able to be asked relating to COVID-19. We're leaving free access to the platform open indefinitely as we navigate this challenging time." Thoughtexchange announced.

Virrtu

Virtu is offering free access to their mail encryption product for Healthcare, State and Local Government, or Nonprofit organization. K-12 education orgs may be able to get unlimited complimentary licenses.

To better support organizations hit especially hard by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering the following through June 30, 2020:

  • Any Healthcare, State and Local Government, or Nonprofit organization may take advantage of up to five complimentary licenses.
  • K-12 Education institutions and organizations supporting the defense and intelligence mission may receive unlimited complimentary licenses.

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Communication

AT&T

According to a report by Vice, AT&T is suspending broadband data caps during the Coronavirus outbreak.

AT&T is the first major ISP to confirm that it will be suspending all broadband usage caps as millions of Americans bunker down in a bid to slow the rate of COVID-19 expansion. Consumer groups and a coalition of Senators are now pressuring other ISPs to follow suit.

CircleLoop

CircleLoop is giving free business telephony to any school, healthcare provider, or charity dealing with remote working challenges.

"CircleLoop, the cloud-based phone system for business, today announces that we will fund a pledge to provide free business telephony to any school, healthcare provider or charity who is facing remote working challenges, due to the unprecedented outbreak of Coronavirus across the country," CircleLoop announced.

RingCentral

RingCentral is giving free access to their RingCentral Office platform to educator (K-12 schools), health-care provider, or non-profits during the Coronavirus outbreak.

"Keep your organization connected during the Coronavirus outbreak with RingCentral Office - FREE. If you're an educator (K-12 schools), health-care provider, or non-profit, tell us a little about yourself and we'll get you up and running right away," RingCentral's offer stated.

Education

JSTOR

The JSTOR digital library is expanding the content that they offer for free so that students and researchers who are displaced during the COVID-19 outbreak can get access to materials for their school work.

We also have an expanded set of content that is available to institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19 through June 30, 2020. If your institution would like to take advantage of any of the following, please contact JSTOR Support.

  • For participating academic institutions that currently license some, but not all, JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections, we will turn on access to all unlicensed collections at no cost.
  • For public libraries that have closed their physical branches, we may be able to work with you to enable remote access.
  • We are working with publishers to make more than 20,000 books available at no charge for JSTOR participating academic institutions and secondary schools that do not participate in our books program. The number of books available through this effort is growing daily as more publishers opt in.

LanSchool

LanSchool is giving away free licenses to their LanSchool Air online learning solution through July 1, 2020.

"As COVID-19 continues to impact our communities, schools are implementing emergency distance learning plans to prepare for potential closures. At LanSchool, we're committed to helping you protect students and staff while minimizing disruptions to instruction. That's why we're offering complimentary LanSchool Air licenses as an online learning solution through July 1, 2020."

LinkedIn

LinkedIn emailed registered users today stating that they are now offering numerous LinkedIn Learning courses about remote working for free.

"Like us, you likely have employees who are or will be working remotely to help contain and mitigate the spread of the virus. Different organizations are at different stages with remote work, but few of us have done it at the current scale. To help support you and your workforce adapting and ideally thriving, we've opened up a number of LinkedIn Learning courses that focus on being productive while working from home, including tips on using virtual meeting tools to build relationships in a new working environment. They are now available for free."

Mojang

Mojang is giving free access to education worlds that allow people to explore renewable energy, marine biology, and Greek history until June 30th, 2020.

"If you head over to the Minecraft Marketplace, you will find some of our favorite lessons from Minecraft: Education Edition in a brand new Education category. These educational worlds can be played on your own, with your kids, parents or friends. From the comfort of your home, you can tour the International Space Station or even explore the inside of a human eye. We've also included ten worlds from our Marketplace creator community! Thanks to creators EverbloomJigarbovLifeboatRazzleberriesThe World FoundryBlockworks, and Imagiverse you can explore renewable energy, marine biology, Greek history, and more! The worlds include lesson plans like creative writing activities, build challenges, and tricky puzzles," Mojang stated.

Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is giving student's three month's of Rosetta Stone for Students for free.

"To keep their minds sharp and give you a much needed break, we're offering free access to Rosetta Stone for Students for the next three months," the offer states.

SANS

SANS has put together a free 'Work-from-Home Deployment Kit' that contains free and normally paid-for resources and training materials on how to securely work from home.

"At SANS Security Awareness, we want to do whatever we can to ensure companies can train and secure their remote workforce. These resources and training materials are a combination of both our public resources and paid training materials which we are releasing for free. We understand that this is a unique situation and we want to do everything we can to help," SANS stated in their offer.

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Entertainment

Audible Stories

Audible has launched the Audible Stories platform that allows kids and teens to stream free audio books on the desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

"For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids", Audible Stories announced.

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Remote access

Amazon

Amazon is offering their Amazon Workspaces and and Amazon WorkDocs for up to 50 users at no charge through June 30th, 2020.

"We are announcing two new offers that enable you to use Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon WorkDocs for up to 50 users at no charge. Both offers are for new customers that have not previously used these services and are available through June 30, 2020. The WorkSpaces offer is available beginning on April 1st and will include our Standard, Value, and Performance bundles. The WorkDocs offer is available immediately. Together, WorkSpaces and WorkDocs provide remote workers the ability to securely use the applications they need, while collaborating on documents with their colleagues around the world. If you want to get started with WorkSpaces immediately, you can use our ongoing Free Tier offer of the WorkSpaces Standard bundle."

Cyber Ark

CyberArk is offering access to their Alerio software for free for those who are already CorePAS and/or legacy model EPV/PSM customers.

"CyberArk is offering existing CorePAS and/or legacy model EPV/PSM customers on v10.3 and above to deploy and use Alero for free* until the end of May 2020, to manage up to 100 remote employees. CyberArk understands the strain you and your company are under currently and are committed to helping our customers remain secure in any way we can," Cyber Ark's offer states.

Dispel.io

Dispel.io is offering free installations and cancellations to enable remote access to industrial systems.

"The solution targets those with unpredictable remote access needs, offering plans ranging from multi-year contracts to pay-as-you-need deployments. The technology is designed to flex with volume, and we are committed to keeping networks and people secure at all times," announced Dispel.

HotelFriend

HotelFriend is offering free access to their HotelFriend remote Hotel Manager software.

"Today, HotelFriend, a global IT company and provider of software for the travel and hospitality sectors, is launching a free software program to help hotels overcome the severe economic impact on their business caused by the novel coronavirus, as it can be used to reduce personal contact while living in a hotel," the offer states.

Instant Housecall

Subscribers to Instant Housecall can now create subaccounts that allow remote workers to take over their office PC. This offer will be available until the World Health Organization (WHO) designates the end of the pandemic.

"All plans now include subaccounts that let your customers work remotely. Using a subaccount that you create, your customers can login and control their own unattended PC," the announcement states.

OneClick

Oneclick is making their remote access Basic Starter Package free for the next three months to assist those working remotely.

"Due to the COVID-19 emergency, we offer our already reduced starter package for 3 months free of charge for all organizations. This allows up to 5 users remote access to any application or desktop from any kind of infrastructure or office PC with any end user device via highly encrypted streaming."

Splashtop

Splashtop is offering free 60-day licenses to its Business Access remote access software.

"In response to the recent coronavirus outbreak, many organizations, businesses, educational institutions, and governments are recommending that people work from home to help reduce the spread of the virus. To support these remote work initiatives, Splashtop is offering its Splashtop Business Access remote computer access software free for 60 days in some of the most affected countries.

Residents of China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan are eligible for the free license,"

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Security software

Banyan Security

Banyan Security is offering free usage of its Zero Trust Remote Access for a limited time.

"Banyan Security, a leading provider of Zero Trust remote access designed from the ground up for today's hybrid and multi-cloud environments, today announced, in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, it is offering free usage of its Zero Trust Remote Access platform for new customers to help them improve worker productivity and eliminate frustrations associated with VPNs," Banyan Security shared with BleepingComputer.

BitDefender

BitDefender is offering 12 months of free security software for healthcare providers.

"Bitdefender offers up to 12 months of FREE enterprise grade security for ALL healthcare organizations. This way, Bitdefender helps healthcare providers to work at full capacity on delivering care during the Coronavirus pandemic, without worrying about falling victim to the ruthless, opportunistic attacks revolving around this crisis," BitDefender states in their offer.

Cisco Umbrella

Cisco is offering their Cisco Umbrella security product for free for 14 days, but can be extended to 90 days during the pandemic by contacting the Cisco sales team.

"Cisco Umbrella protects users from malicious Internet destinations whether they are on or off the network. Because it is delivered from the cloud, Umbrella makes it easy to protect users everywhere in minutes. With this offer, existing customers can exceed their user limit to support an increase in remote workers, and new customers can access a free license. To have the initial 14-day period extended to 90 days, please contact the Cisco sales team."

IObit

IObit is giving 50,000 licenses to their software products until 3/27.

"At this crucial moment, we wish you stay safe and healthy! And we're giving away 50,000 IObit PRO licenses to improve your PC experience at home," their offer page states.

Senseon

Senseon is giving 6 months of free access to the Endpoint 360 security software to help companies adapt to a remote work environment.

"We're also trying to support the community where we can. In order to help businesses adapt successfully to new ways of working by balancing risk and maintaining an effective security function during these uncertain times, we are offering new customers 6 months free of our 'Endpoint 360' feature," Senson announced.

Sophos

For existing Sophos customers, you can now protect remote workers home PCs and Macs with Sophos Home Commercial Edition for free.

"For the duration of the COVID-19 global health concern, all Sophos customers can protect their employees' personal PCs and Macs for free with our Sophos Home Commercial Edition program. Read more below on how to get started", Sophos tweeted.

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Security Services

Cloudflare

Cloudflare has made its Cloudflare for Teams service free for small businesses for at least six months.

"Beginning today, we are making our Cloudflare for Teams products free to small businesses around the world. Teams enables remote workers to operate securely and easily. We will continue this policy for at least the next 6 months."

Using Cloudflare for Teams, remote workers can gain access to a company's internal resources using a secure VPN.

Cyber Risk Aware

Cyber Risk Aware is offering a free phishing simulation utilizing COVID-19 lures for up to 100 staff.

"Register for a free trial to run a free phishing simulation against up to 100 staff, using one of our recently added COVID-19 phishing lures –  and take the opportunity to increase your employees' security awareness by enrolling them in our "Cybersecurity Outside the office" training course," Cyber Risk Aware announced.

Druva

Druva is offering 6 months of endpoint and Office 365 protection for free.

"We are here to help you stay resilient, protected, and compliant while allowing employees to work remotely and maintain productivity. We are providing 6 months of endpoint and Office 365 protection for free to get you started," states in their offer.

DUO Security

Cisco is being more lenient with the DUO Security licensing by allowing existing customers to exceed their user limit to support a growing remote worker base.

"With this offer, existing customers can exceed their user limit to support an increase in remote workers, and new customers can access a free license," stated in their offer.

Reposify

Reposify is giving free licenses to companies that will let them discovere and monitor the exposure and vulnerability of Internet-facing devices.

"Starting today, Reposify's free license will allow companies to discover and monitor in near-real time all the exposures and vulnerabilities in their internet-facing assets across all environments including on-premise, all cloud environments and within their supply chain," the offer states.

Securi

Security is giving a free year of their Sucuri WAF website firewall service to crisis responders such as hospitals, physicians, emergency medical technicians, and food banks.

"To support their efforts during the pandemic, we're offering a free year of our website firewall to crisis responders like physicians, EMTs, and food banks.," Securi is offering.

SentinelOne

SentinelOne is making their cybersecurity platform SentinelOne Core for free between Monday, March 16 through Friday, May 16, 2020.

SentinelOne's cloud-based platform seamlessly scales, making it well suited to protect both businesses and employees rapidly transitioning to a work-from-home environment, whether they are using corporate or personal devices. As part of this free offering, SentinelOne will provide:

  • SentinelOne Core: AI-powered prevention, detection, and automated response in a single, autonomous lightweight agent; legacy antivirus replacement across Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems with no connectivity or network dependency
  • Deployment services:  remote deployment assistance to ensure rapid installation and customized configuration

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Video conferencing and collaboration

Cisco Webex

Cisco is changing its free Webex meeting software so that it supports unlimited usage, supports up to 100 people per meeting, and has toll dial-in availability.

For businesses that are not currently a customer, Cisco is also offering free 90-day trials.

"Additionally, through our partners and the Cisco sales team, we are providing free 90-day licenses to businesses who are not Webex customers in this time of need. We're also helping existing customers meet their rapidly changing needs as they enable a much larger number of remote workers by expanding their usage at no additional cost."

Discord

Discord has enhanced its free Go Live streaming service so that it can now support 50 simultaneous users rather than 10.

"We wanted to find a way to help, so we're temporarily upping the limit on Go Live to 50 people at a time, up from 10. Go Live is free to use and lets people privately stream or screen share apps from a computer while others watch on any device — so teachers can conduct a class, co-workers can collaborate, and groups can still meet. You can learn more about how to get started with Go Live here," Discord stated in a blog post.

Google

Google is giving G Suite and G Suite for Education customers free access to their Hangouts Meet video-conferencing features.

This includes these features:

  • Larger meetings, for up to 250 participants per call
  • Live streaming for up to 100,000 viewers within a domain 
  • The ability to record meetings and save them to Google Drive

JAMM

Jamm is providing free access for three-months to their voice and video collaboration platform.

Logmein

LogMeIn is providing a free Emergency Remote Work Kit that gives free 3-month site-wide licenses to GoToMeeting to make it easier for remote workers to conduct meetings.

"Starting immediately, we will be offering our critical front-line service providers with free, organization-wide use of many LogMeIn products for 3 months through the availability of Emergency Remote Work Kits. These kits will include solutions for meetings and video conferencing, webinars and virtual events, IT support and management of remote employee devices and apps, as well as remote access to devices in multiple locations. For example, the "Meet" Emergency Remote Work Kit will provide eligible organizations with a free site-wide license of GoToMeeting for 3 months," LogMeIn CEO Bill Wagnar said in a blog post.

Microsoft

Microsoft is making Microsoft Teams for free for the next six months to aid businesses who move towards a remote workplace during the outbreak.

"At Microsoft, the health and safety of employees, customers, partners and communities is our top priority. By making Teams available to all for free for six months, we hope that we can support public health and safety by making remote work even easier," Microsoft EVP and President JP Courtois stated on Twitter.

Ribbon

Ribbon has launched a Work@Home initiative that gives free access to their Ribbon's Smart Office solution until June 30th, 2020.

"Enterprises that need to switch their operational model to an all-remote workforce have access to a complete Unified Communications and Collaboration solution with Ribbon's Smart Office, which provides screensharing, HD video whiteboard, group chat, conferencing and more on both desktop and mobile clients. Fully functional licenses are available from select partners free of charge until June 30, 2020," Ribbon announced.

Zoho

Zoho is now offering free access to its Remotely remote work software suite through July 1st, 2020.

"Zoho Remotely will enable you to take your work remote by offering a complete suite of web and mobile apps that will help you communicate, collaborate and be productive."

Zoom

For people in China, Zoom has enhanced the Basic (free) license by removing the 40-minute meeting limit.

With this tenet in mind, Zoom is doing everything we can to provide resources and support to those navigating the coronavirus outbreak, including:

  • For our Basic (free) users in China, we've lifted the 40-minute limit on meetings with more than two participants, providing unlimited time to collaborate.
  • We're proactively monitoring servers to ensure maximum reliability amid any capacity increases, as uptime is paramount.
  • We're scheduling informational sessions and on-demand resources so anyone can learn how to use the Zoom platform with ease — and at their convenience.

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Updates

  • 3/15/20: Added Adobe Creative Cloud offer for higher education and K-12 institutional customers.
  • 3/16/20: Added LinkedIn, OneClick, Avid, and Drastic Technologies offers.
  • 3/17/20: Added offers from SentinelLabs, Tripit, Kapwing, and LanSchool.
  • 3/18/20: Added Meero, SANS, JAMM, Really Simple Systems, PandaDoc, and Dispel.io. 
  • 3/19/20: Added Sophos, Amazon, Cisco Umbrella, and DUO Security, JSTOR, RingCentral, and Ribbon.
  • 3/20/20: Added Druva, Banyan Security, CircleLoop, Audible Stories, BitDefender,Virtu, Senseon, Cyber Risk Aware, iFlow, HotelFriend, IObit, Cyber Ark, ThoughtExchange, LuxSci, and Affinity.
  • 3/24/20: Organized by categories and added: 

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