Tweet Here’s a posting from one of our most active internal Connect pros here at Adobe..Ryan Monger from our conferencing services group… When I first started working with Acrobat Connect Professional (formerly Breeze Meeting) I was blown away by the ability to dynamically create different layouts during a meeting. This feature is powerful because it […]
Archive for March, 2007
Tweet A couple of months ago we saw this posting about logging into an Adobe Connect meeting from a Nintendo Wii http://blogs.adobe.com/acrobatconnect/2007/01/web_conferencing_on_the_wii.html And here’s a picture I took last year when I was logged into a meeting using my Pocket PC. http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/meetingppc/ For fun, we’re setting out to see how many devices support the Adobe […]
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Tweet This is a reminder for any licensed (on-premise) customers of Connect or Breeze: please see the following Adobe Technote for instructions on how to update your server to address the changes in DST this year: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=kb400581 All hosted customer accounts are being addressed by Adobe, and no further action is required.
Tweet The PDF Conference, hosted by Carl Young, is embracing Adobe Connect to reach a larger audience this year for its upcoming conference. “By moving to an online event, I can offer the same great PDF insights to more people at a lower cost,” says Young. You can read more about the upcoming event here