Hi, I’m Karen, also known as KT, the product manager for Brio.
Last week we launched a preview of the next generation of Adobe Acrobat Connect, codenamed “Brio.” Brio is web conferencing solution built with collaboration in mind. Whether it is ad-hoc collaboration with remote colleagues, a weekly team meeting, or a sales call, Brio gives you the tools you need to work together as if you were in the same room. And because Brio is built on Adobe’s Flash platform, it operates inside most popular web browsers and operating systems. ‘Nuff said. If you haven’t checked it out yet, give it a spin!
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I want to thank all the people who have already signed up and provided feedback. It’s great to finally have the product available to the public and hear what you think! Please continue to use the product…and don’t forget to provide feedback and report bugs in the forums or by email at email@example.com.
Here’s what others are saying….
Robin Good says, “Kudos to Adobe for finally introducing a truly approachable SOHO solution…[which] not only integrates VoIP and teleconferencing facilities in Brio, but makes both of them free and accessible also from major European countries including the UK, Germany, France and more.”
Luca Mezzalira says, “It’s more easy to use, main functions are available like icons and it’s so fast! …you have a ‘widget’ to chat with others users, you can see other users…and you have a little control panel to manage [your room].Very cool!”
And if you are a developer you might be interested to know that Brio is built on the web services platform codenamed Cocomo. If you are interested in learning more about Cocomo, check out the Collaborative Methods blog.