Adobe Connect has been at the forefront of enabling impactful web collaboration for over fourteen years. Helping geographically dispersed teams, knowledge workers and educators spread information, gain new skills and complete complex tasks are core to what drives us to advance the product.
Today Adobe launches a new online purchasing experience for Adobe Connect, servicing most countries in the North American, European, Middle Eastern and African markets.
Over the past several months significant speculation has been brewing around the influence HTML5 and WebRTC might have on the web conferencing space.
Breakout rooms have always been a powerful feature in Adobe Connect meetings and classrooms. The ability to break a large group of participants up into smaller groups to work on problems, brainstorm, or develop ideas has long been a key feature of our platform.
Webinar Marketers— Difficulty with Constant Content Creation? There’s an App for that in Adobe Connect
Setting an engaging tone early in any webinar program is key to capturing and sustaining your audience’s attention. Adobe Connect’s custom pod and custom app features enable webinar marketers to rapidly create unique immersive experiences. While generating proprietary content experiences from the ground-up is a powerful way to help capture audience attention, doing so on a consistent basis can demand resources and time that many marketers do not have readily available.
Last year, we shared with you some of our plans for supporting HTML5 and other web standards. Since then, we’ve introduced features that…
One of the richest and most engaging types of content you can share in an Adobe Connect meeting is video. Video is ideal to show a pre-recorded tutorial to a class, or to share a marketing video during a webinar, or even to play back a portion of a previously recorded Adobe Connect meeting.
In July, Adobe Connect Managed Services received FedRAMP℠ Authorization for its Cloud Services for Government. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) granted Adobe an Authority to Operate (ATO) for these specific cloud services run by Adobe Managed Services. So what exactly does this mean and why is it important? Here are the top 5 things you need to know:
The Adobe Connect team believes that HTML5/WebRTC will solve three important challenges today: As WebRTC matures, Adobe Connect plans to be ready to support HTML5 on an even broader scale. We are already developing an Adobe Connect web client fully on HTML5 – so we are planning to be ready once HTML5 can support large scale collaboration across browsers.
We’re thrilled to announce the new Adobe Connect Mobile version 2.4. The most important new feature is the ability to support custom pods specifically designed to run on phones and tablets. We’ve extended our custom pod architecture to our mobile platform by allowing developers to build applications using HTML5.