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Adobe in Leaders Quadrant of Leading Analyst Firm’s Web Conferencing Report

adobe-connect-9Today we announced that Adobe has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner’s 2010 Magic Quadrant for Web conferencing. Adobe was one of 15 vendors evaluated in the report. Evaluations were based on each vendor’s ability to execute and completeness of vision.

Adobe Connect is our enterprise Web conferencing solution for Web meetings, online training, and webinars. The software is based on Flash Player and as a result ensures easy meeting entry for participants while also enabling rich and engaging interactions. Adobe Connect also works with mobile devices, including Google Android smartphones, as well as Apple iPhone and iPad.

To keep up with the latest on Adobe Connect, follow us @AdobeConnect on Twitter and check out the team’s blog.

Adobe Connect Helps U.S. Dept. of State “Connect” Speakers with International Audiences

The July/August issue of Harvard Business Review features the article titled “Empowered,” by Josh Bernoff and Ted Shadler – a great read on how some leading companies are empowering their employees to use social technologies to interact with customers and help solve their problems. One of the highlighted use cases is the U.S. State Department, which used Adobe Connect to create Co.Nx (pronounced “connex”) for presenting webchats with speakers ranging from President Obama, to the upcoming webchat with Curt Onalfo, head coach of D.C. United. With a strong presence on Facebook, Co.Nx has more than 100,000 fans and its webchats are viewed by tens of thousands throughout the world.

Read more about some of the cool ways companies are using Adobe Connect to connect with their employees and customers here.adobe-connect-9

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