Digital Solidarity from CL8
CL8 has joined the platform Digital Solidarity, an initiative taken by the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy. This initiative was taken in order to support businesses and people that are affected by the restrictive measures taken for the containment of Coronavirus. The aim is to provide digital services and applications either at a reduced cost or free of charge for as long as the restrictive measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus last.
CL8 is actively participating to this initiative by offering free Colocation services to companies that need to host their IT infrastructure at a reliable Data Center and free out of the box deployment to utilize Microsoft’s commitment for six months free Office 365 E1.
Office 365 E1 includes, among other things, a unified communication and collaboration platform that combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage (including collaboration on files), and application integration (Microsoft Teams), e-mail service (Microsoft Exchange Online), content management applications (Microsoft SharePoint Online ), shared files (Microsoft OneDrive for Business) as well as traditional office automation applications in their online version (Microsoft Office Web Apps).