During a recent webinar hosted by Adobe, Cindy Huggett – CPLP, an expert on virtual training and author of “The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning”, we shared the importance of ready to use activities within virtual sessions and key tips on how to implement them so to maximize engagement.
It’s always fascinated me how many people show up early for a webinar. Schedule an event for 2pm and some people will start arriving at 1:30pm while others join exactly at the top of the hour.
I know that many of you are eager to update your iPhones and iPads to the new iOS 9 operating system – there are some significant and appealing enhancements.
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.
Today we are happy to announce the release of Adobe Connect 9.4. This release introduces new web conferencing offerings for learning and webinars that allow customers to adopt complete solutions tailored to specific organizational needs.
Adobe Connect is primarily sold by a network of trusted partners who in addition to delivering the software provide additional services to our customers. Most of them have been selling and supporting the product for a very long time; some, like InteSolv, since the Macromedia days. They have deep expertise to make sure the solution proposed match your needs and ensure your Adobe Connect deployment will be successful. In a serie of blogposts, we want to give you the opportunity to meet some of them. This week, we talk with Frank Rogers, Senior VP of Business Development at InteSolv.