We're in this together. We're here to help.

As COVID-19 continues to impact the world, Axiom is committed to giving our customers and our communities the support and resources they need during this challenging time.

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Working in the new normal

It’s more important than ever for you to be able to work, collaborate, and be productive from anywhere. We can help with tips, best practices, licensing and usage information, and technical support for Axiom products.

A message from our CEO

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting communities, families, and people around the world, this is a difficult time for all of us. Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected, directly or indirectly.

At Axiom, our priority remains the health and wellbeing of our employees, customers, and partners. It's important for us to support how you continue to do business during this time of uncertainty.

We're here to support you

These resources will help you work more effectively, connect with community, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning, and reinvention.

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These resources will help you work more effectively, connect with community, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning, and reinvention.

man-with-mask

These resources will help you work more effectively, connect with community, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning, and reinvention.

man-with-mask

These resources will help you work more effectively, connect with community, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning, and reinvention.

man-with-mask

These resources will help you work more effectively, connect with community, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning, and reinvention.

Our COVID-19 Response

Axiom joined 24 Bay Area companies to fund global, national, and local solutions to COVID-19. Response efforts focused on building health and economic resilience of vulnerable populations, nonprofits, and small businesses impacted by the virus. To date, the Foundation has committed $2 million to these communities—and is exploring ways to do more.

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