Tweet by Guillaume Privat, Director, Adobe Connect Two months ago, I made a post to this blog introducing the next major release of Adobe Connect and Adobe Connect Mobile. Today, I couldn’t be happier to announce that we’ve reached a major milestone – Adobe Connect 9 is now generally available. Adobe Connect 9 brings with it some […]
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Tweet There are two two separate pods in Adobe Connect that enable participants to ask questions during a meeting, virtual classroom or webinar. The Chat pod allows for completely open discussion among all participants and private discussion between two participants or a participant and a group (like the presenters). The Chat pod is unmoderated, which […]
Tweet We’re pleased to announce that a new Adobe Connect add-in is now available with official support for Mac OS X Lion (10.7.2). The version of the new Mac add-in is 220.127.116.11. The add-in is not required to participate in an Adobe Connect meeting, but it provides additional functionality for meeting hosts and presenters such […]
Tweet As we kick off an exciting new year, we are pleased to announce the limited public beta for the next version of Adobe Connect for Webinars solution (codename Maple). We have been working on the release for months with the focus on helping our customers deliver compelling, immersive webinars, maximize event attendance, and measure […]
Tweet Continuing on the theme of extensibility and web conferencing — including recent, related posts on California State University Chancellor’s Office and New Horizons Computer Learning Centers — today we’re showcasing yet another organization taking advantage of this capability to produce for clients. Tat Communication wanted to find a way to deliver higher-quality online meetings […]
Tweet In marketing, we tend to use a lot of text and PowerPoint slides to communicate. While that can be effective, I always find myself wanting to jump out of “slide” mode and into “demo” mode – especially when discussing Adobe Connect and web conferencing. Adobe Connect – particularly the new version 8 – was […]
Tweet By Guillaume Privat, Director Product Management, Adobe Connect The Product Management team is really excited to bring you Adobe Connect 8. The release had been 2 years in the making and was a colossal effort for the entire team. We are now planning what Adobe Connect NEXT will be all about and would like […]
Tweet Our second edition of our Adobe Connect Satisfaction Survey is open until November 20. Please take a moment to let us know your thoughts on our we are doing. Your input is invaluable to help us prioritize product development investments. You can access the survey at : http://bit.ly/adobeconnectsat You can review the results of […]
wo weeks ago, I spoke at a panel at IT Expo. The subject of the panel was: Business Continuity via a Travel Reduction Plan. Trade shows like IT Expo are great to get a feel for what a lot of decision makers are thinking, or key marketing trends.
On the panel web conferencing was a hot topic. Here is a summary of topics covered on the panel and conversations I had at the show.
Over the last 12 months, the Connect Pro product management team has been very busy bringing new enhancements to the product that culminated with the launch of Connect Pro 7.5 and recently our Connect Pro iPhone app.
As we are in the middle of the planning of our next release cycle, we want to make sure we invest in the area that make the most sense to you. We realize that between Connect Pro 7 and 7.5, the product has grown its feature set very quickly, but as we move forward, before implementing new features, we want to make sure our customers are happy with the way the current set of feature we have work.