Tweet Update: Thanks for your interest in our Twitterview originally planned for 11/10. We’re rescheduling to Thursday 11/17 at 11:00am PT. We look forward to the conversation then. It’s time for the latest in our Adobe Connect web conferencing Twitterview series! If you have questions about Adobe Connect in the world of mobile, including our […]
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Tweet Mrs. Fields Famous Brands is known for delicious freshly baked cookies and TCBY frozen yogurt. They partnered with conferencing service provider MeetingOne to adopt Adobe Connect and establish a dynamic web conferencing platform. Now, staff and franchisees worldwide are more connected and via webcams, can engage in “face-to-face” videoconferencing. Web-based meetings are helping to […]
Tweet Much recent discussion about web conferencing on this blog has centered on the extensibility of Adobe Connect and how our open approach to product development over time has delivered a rich, flexible solution that integrates well with other systems while solving real world challenges for wide range of customers. Along this theme, many enterprises […]
Tweet Recently, award-winning computer graphics firm SYNQ Studios used Adobe Connect to deliver highly interactive, media-rich webinars to audiences around the globe. Working with the organizers of Cairo Media And Entertainment Trends Fair And Forum (CAIROMET), SYNQ Studios produced a series of webinars from its offices in Miami, involving graphic-design experts onsite in Cairo, who […]
A year ago, we launched the Adobe Connect ideas website to capture your inputs on what we should build in the product. So far the feed-back has been great and we have already implemented many ideas in our C8, C8.1 and C8.2 releases. Some ideas however are a better fit for 3rd party developers leveraging our SDK.
We have added categories and statuses to the idea site to help surface these ideas. So whether you are a developer in search of inspiration to create a custom pod, or would like to submit a custom pod ideas, read on for some suggestion on how to do this.
Tweet In our recent discussion about web conferencing and extensibility, we’ve talked about real-world users – including California State University Chancellor’s Office, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers and Tat Communication – who are realizing value by extending the Adobe Connect platform and using our custom extensions. One way this is happening is by incorporating custom […]
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 Today, we’ve begun upgrading customers using the hosted version of our product to Adobe Connect 8 Service Pack 2 (SP2). If you have an on-premise or managed service deployment, this upgrade is available today as well, and your account administrator will be provided with additional information on how to access it. For customers already […]
Tweet Yesterday, at the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo, the Best of Elearning! 2011 awards results were announced. Program recognition is significant because nominations and winners are determined by executives and business managers engaged in the areas of enterprise learning and workforce technology. We’re very pleased that Adobe Connect has been recognized in two categories: […]
Tweet Last week, we discussed extensibility as the future of web conferencing. Well for some, the future is already here. Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer at California State University Chancellor’s Office, recently talked to us about how the university, in partnership with Refined Data Solutions, uses Adobe Connect in combination with extensions from Refined Data Solutions […]