Tweet In a post on our blog earlier this week, we asked what you wish your web conferencing solution could do. Not surprisingly, you had a lot of great (and in some cases quite funny) suggestions, which we appreciate and take to heart. Thanks again to all who participated. We’ve gathered a set of our […]
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Tweet Ever found yourself wishing your online meetings and webinars were easier to use, more efficient, more effective, unique in some way, or just plain more fun? What do you wish your web conferencing solution could do? That’s the question we’re asking you! Starting today, June 6th and running through this Friday June 10th, we’re […]
Tweet Peter Ryce, our Adobe Connect evangelist (@peterryce), joined us for our first Twitterview Thursday morning, along with many of you…which we greatly appreciated. The questions were plentiful and certainly demonstrated – as expected – your very strong grasp of Adobe Connect, several of the things on your mind about the product, as well as […]
Tweet Over the past several months, we’ve had a lot of great conversations with many of you via social channels discussing all aspects of Adobe Connect. We’re excited to continue that ad hoc conversation, of course, but also thought it would be a great time to set up our first Twitterview so we have a […]
Tweet I’m excited to announce the availability of Adobe Connect Mobile 1.5 for Android smartphones and tablets. This follows the original version of our application for Android, which we made available in October 2010 and discussed in this post. We appreciated all the feedback to version 1.0 and have worked to extend and improve the […]
Tweet There are a number of different reasons we’re seeing more marketing organizations choose webinars for their lead generation activities. Certainly cost is one of the biggest factors when compared to in-person events, but customers also tell us that they are able to reach a larger, more geographically diverse audience with an online event. It […]
Tweet Is it the content, the environment, the instructor or facilitator, your peers, expert speakers, best practices, a sense of community, opportunities to network, is it what you actually learn & take away, or what you end up applying after the fact? When you think of powerful learning experiences, what do you remember most? Often […]
Tweet Time flies. It feels like we just celebrated the New Year, but Spring is already right around the corner. And with it comes Adobe Learning Summit 2011. The Summit will be co-located with Learning Solutions Conference 2011, and will take place on March 21 at the Hilton, Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. We’ll […]
Tweet The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is a forum for business and IT leaders to focus on building more agile and productive business cultures through the use of tools and technologies. Adobe is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference , which is being held November 2-5, 2009. “Unlocking the business value […]
We have all been talking up ‘web 2.0’, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds and the like for years now, and have even started to see some great examples of how these have accelerated knowledge transfer within and across groups. But how does that really apply to us as learning professionals?