Web conferencing accounts for developing countries

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Web conferencing for developing countries

Web conferencing accounts for developing countries

ISO is pleased to offer our developing country member bodies and correspondent members free, unlimited usage of our web conferencing system (Zoom) for their national standards development work  only.

As an eligible member, you will be assigned a Zoom account for developing countries which you can share with your members and experts, creating the equivalent of a "virtual conference room" at the national level.

These accounts differ from the ISO Zoom accounts that we already provide to members and experts. ISO Zoom accounts are primarily for ISO technical work whereas this service for developing countries is for national standards development work.

Zoom accounts for developing countries offer free audio over an internet connection or non-free dial in access to one of many toll-based numbers (https://zoom.us/zoomconference). Unlike ISO Zoom accounts, however, these accounts do not offer free callback or toll-free telephone access.

This service can be enhanced by assigning a Member Body User Administrator (MBUA) as the Zoom account contact. For more information on how to do this, please contact the ISO International Helpdesk at helpdesk@iso.org.

ISO reserves the right without prior notice to inactivate Zoom account for developing countries if we determine that the use of the Service violates the paragraphs c), d), e), f), g) of the ISO Web Conferencing Service Policy and Zoom’s Reasonable Use Policy.

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