IT Solutions - Mar 17, 2020

Stay Productive - How to ensure regular business operations with Cisco Webex and LogMeIn tools.

If your employees have to work from home due to the current situation, this often mean they face big challenges. In these times, many companies are increasingly falling back on web conference solutions, such as WebEx Teams and Meetings or GoToMeeting, to keep daily business ticking over as normally as possible.

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Cisco Webex Teams and Meetings: Bechtle is providing temporary trial licences—free and for up to 180 days.

Cisco Webex gives your employees the option to work from virtually anywhere and connect to any device for effective collaboration.

Cisco Webex is a known force in the web conferencing world, characterised by simple use and high availability. The solution ranges from small internal and external meetings right up to large events with hundreds of participants.

Want to find out more? Test Webex for free!

LogMeIn Tools – Unlimited access for existing business customers and key community institutions for three months.

Bechtle also offers a solutions package for LogMeIn. And the best is  that LogMeIn tools are provided for three months free of charge and unlimited.

The new free Emergency Remote Work Kit includes:

  • GoToMeeting – free location licence and/or additional licences for meetings and video conferences
  • GoToWebinar – free location licence and/or additional licences for online events
  • RescueAssist – free location licence and/or additional licences for remote IT support
  • LogMeIn Central – free location licence and/or additional licences for remote device management

But it’s not only existing business customers that receive free support—key community institutions such as local authorities, health service providers, educational institutions, and non-profit organisations can also take advantage of these offers.

If you want to know more about LogMeIn Tools, please get in touch with Muti Brim (

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This post was published on Mar 17, 2020.