Imagine you are teaching a class in a traditional physical classroom when you notice that some students are standing in the hallway while other students are looking out of the window and some students are playing games on their tablets and phones. At the very least, you would assume that you did not have their full attention, and that they were very likely not learning the material.
Over the past several months significant speculation has been brewing around the influence HTML5 and WebRTC might have on the web conferencing space. We are excited to share our current perspective on how these developing standards will come to affect Adobe Connect and the broader web conferencing industry.
With Adobe Connect 9.5.4, we changed the way Participants are given rights to certain capabilities. Instead of being promoted to be a full Presenter, Participants are instead given all the same capabilities (cameras, microphones, screen and content sharing, etc.) without being promoted. This allows us to keep the Presenter Only Area open without worry that participants will see it, even during breakouts!
Marketers are finding themselves trapped between a rock and a hard place. Getting noticed on traditional channels is becoming increasingly difficult as a result of shrinking audiences and securing attention on digital channels is becoming rapidly more competitive. Today, the amount of content produced online in one second is more than any person is capable of consuming in an entire lifetime.
Webinar Marketers— Difficulty with Constant Content Creation? There’s an App for that in Adobe Connect
Setting an engaging tone early in any webinar program is key to capturing and sustaining your audience’s attention. Adobe Connect’s custom pod and custom app features enable webinar marketers to rapidly create unique immersive experiences. While generating proprietary content experiences from the ground-up is a powerful way to help capture audience attention, doing so on a consistent basis can demand resources and time that many marketers do not have readily available.
Tweet Once again, Adobe Connect is honored to receive the top score for external presentations, webinars and training use cases by Gartner in their recently released Critical Capabilities for Web Conferencing report. Gartner evaluates vendors’ abilities to support unique use cases based on critical capabilities such as “host controls,” “client experience,” and “integrations”. We feel […]
Tweet One of the key sources for generating quality sales leads, in a cost effective way, is by using online webinars to quickly reach large audiences. Increasingly sales and marketing professionals are using rich and engaging Adobe Connect webinars to expand their reach, reduce costs, and shorten time to market for new products. These same […]
Tweet Last year, we shared with you some of our plans for supporting HTML5 and other web standards. Since then, we’ve introduced features that: support HTML5 content from Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter in virtual classrooms enable customers to easily create offline MP4 versions of their recordings to support mobile devices incorporate a new Adobe […]
Tweet One of the richest and most engaging types of content you can share in an Adobe Connect meeting is video. Video is ideal to show a pre-recorded tutorial to a class, or to share a marketing video during a webinar, or even to play back a portion of a previously recorded Adobe Connect meeting. […]
Tweet For the eighth year, Adobe has been named a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Web Conferencing report. We are both pleased and honored to be recognized by this report which thoroughly evaluates vendors based on criteria ranging from “Market Understanding” to “Customer Experience”. We believe our positioning in this report is a testament […]