The need for reliable, intuitive video communications has exploded over the last year with the arrival of COVID-19, and Frost & Sullivan recognized our commitment to supporting our communities during this unprecedented time. To ensure education could continue unimpeded, we lifted the time limit for our education customers and provided Zoom to over 125,000 K-12 schools for free. Frost & Sullivan also mentioned our commitment to nonprofits via our discount program, Zoom for Nonprofits, as well as our philanthropic program Zoom Cares.
“In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom leadership quickly saw the urgency to help those in need of engaging collaboration services available wherever people are located. Accordingly, the company lifted the time restriction for Meetings sessions for its education users, among other actions, to ensure working and learning from anywhere take place with fewer limitations.”
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