Tweet The world of web conferencing is evolving. Quickly. While many think of web conferencing as simple screen sharing — sharing PowerPoint and “passing the ball” from one presenter to the next—that’s a limited interaction that hasn’t changed much in 10 years. In contrast, we’re seeing organizations expanding what they’re doing and what they expect […]
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Tweet Hot on the heels of our post earlier this week about the latest version of our app for Android, we’re pleased to share that Adobe Connect Mobile 1.7 is now available for BlackBerry PlayBook! You might recall we launched the initial version of this web conferencing app earlier this year and discussed it here. […]
Adobe Connect Mobile 1.7 Now Available for Android Tablets and Smartphones: Host Meetings Anytime, Anywhere!
Tweet I’m excited to announce the availability of our Adobe Connect Mobile 1.7 web conferencing app for Android tablets and smartphones! This new version extends the capabilities of our previous release (see this post) in a number of ways. We’ve added rich hosting capabilities, improved video quality, updated the user interface and enhanced navigation for […]
Tweet We’re thrilled to share a glimpse behind the Adobe Connect curtain with everyone by giving you an opportunity to chat directly with our team via Twitter! Our previous Twitter-based interview with Peter Ryce was such a fun experience that we couldn’t resist letting more team members in on the act. Please welcome Senior Product […]
Tweet During a conversation with Martyn Lewis, founder and principal of 3g Selling, Martyn talked about the company’s focus on delivering high-impact sales training to corporations worldwide. By combining the reach and flexibility of online learning with powerful features in Adobe Connect for eLearning, 3g is revolutionizing traditional approaches to training global professionals. In less […]
Tweet We’re excited to report that Adobe has been named a “Leader” in the “The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Collaboration, Q3 2011” (July 2011) for Adobe Connect Mobile. The report evaluated products against 15 mobile criteria grouped into three high-level buckets: current offering, strategy and market presence. Leaders were so designated “…because of commitment to tablets […]
Tweet Thanks to everyone who joined us yesterday for our Adobe Connect Support Spotlight. Our own Amy Brooks and her team are always happy to provide their expertise and knowledge through the @ConnectSupport handle. If you missed it, please take a look at the team’s answers to some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding […]
Tweet Chris Benz, director of online events at The eLearning Guild , recently talked to us about how the organization uses Adobe Connect to deliver innovative online events. ‘The Guild’ is the oldest and most trusted source of information and network for eLearning professionals, and these events are designed to enhance the knowledge, expertise and […]
Tweet I frequently get asked how to better engage participants during Adobe Connect presentations. My answer is always –EMOTICONS – icons participants can click on to express emotions that appear next to their names in the attendee list. These emoticons can express laughter or applause, ask the host to speak louder or slow down, or […]
Tweet The mLearnCon conference is over for 2011. I’m sitting in my electronic bubble at SFO, headphones playing Josh Radin, almost succeeding in drowning out a group of elementary school cricket players running wild on the other side of the gate. This year’s mLearnCon conference, hosted by the eLearning Guild, and attended and delivered by […]