REANNZ announced that its high-speed network and video conferencing services are available free to anyone affected by the Christchurch earthquake:
“KAREN Video Conferencing Service is open and free to use for anyone affected by the Christchurch earthquake. The service is operational and available for people to link to and from Christchurch from any national and international point to help and assist with the Christchurch earthquake and to assist with any meetings that need to get transferred to video conference.
For new users, the KVCS enables multiple parties to link together via a free desktop application for windows and mac computers. This can be downloaded at http://sds.karen.net.nz. The bridge can support broadband connections to enable users who may need to connect from their homes.“
Well done REANNZ.
Learn more: karen.net.nz
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