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Autodesk Offers Free & Extended Access to Cloud Collaboration Products
This program was developed in response to the increasing number of customers working in remote environments during the coronavirus outbreak.
A letter from Andrew Anagost:
As Autodesk keeps a close eye on the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on our industry, we’re continuing to explore the best ways we can support our customers, flex to meet their changing needs, and minimize disruptions to their business during this challenging time.
One of the biggest challenges we’ve been hearing about from customers – and we’re facing this challenge at Autodesk ourselves – involves adapting to work in an environment that has become the new normal: more teams and more people working remotely or from home, creating an increased need to collaborate and stay connected.
To better support customers facing this new reality, Autodesk is announcing a special Extended Access Program for several of our flagship cloud collaboration products.
Let me be clear: we’re not introducing this program as a way to convert customers into paid users.
Our goal, instead, is to get a program up and running as quickly as possible to provide customers increased flexibility in what’s become a challenging work environment.
Here’s how the program will work:
As more details on the Extended Access Program become available, here are a few resources to consider:
It’s our hope that the Extended Access Program helps our customers better adapt to the challenges they’re facing in light of COVID-19 – allowing their employees to remain productive and connected.
And while ‘business as usual’ might seem like an impossibility for now, the team at Autodesk remains committed to supporting you and your business as you adjust in these challenging times.
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