January 26, 2007
We talk a lot about how important the ubiquity of the Adobe Flash Player is for removing the technical barriers that are introduced with many other web conferencing solutions. That ubiquity was taken a step further when one of our users discovered that Adobe Acrobat Connect runs on the popular Nintendo Wii game-console. I have to believe that’s an industry-first!
To see some screenshots of it in action, follow this link to
Nathan Strutz’s blog.
January 22, 2007
Kurt Foss has written a great article talking about the Acrobat User Community adopting Acrobat Connect as a tool to enable greater participation in group meetings. This is a great example of the power of using collaboration tools to bring together a geographically-disperse set of users.
Here is a link to the article
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Boston chapter leader Hanyaloglu agrees. “The primary benefit is that group members can very easily participate in these meetings without having to be concerned about leaving the comfort of their offices or homes. It also allows me to be able to bring in speakers from anywhere without worrying about them having to travel. In the near future, I’ll be able to hold meetings more frequently, and record them for others to see at a later date.”