The Adobe Connect team is fortunate to have a strong partner community to help serve our shared customers. Each January, we take some time to recognize the partners who have gone above and beyond in the previous calendar year to provide exceptional experiences. Awards are handed out for each of three categories: North American Partner of the Year, International Partner of the Year, and Government Partner of the Year.
It gives me great pleasure to show you the second part of our strategy – a new HTML client that runs in any modern browser without the need for Flash Player or other plug-ins. While we’re not announcing any specific product release today, we couldn’t wait any longer to show you what we’ve been working on.
I know that many of you are eager to update your iPhones and iPads to the new iOS 9 operating system – there are some significant and appealing enhancements.
Today we are happy to announce the release of Adobe Connect 9.4. This release introduces new web conferencing offerings for learning and webinars that allow customers to adopt complete solutions tailored to specific organizational needs.
We’re excited to announce a powerful new integration between the Adobe Connect web conferencing platform and EchoSign, Adobe’s electronic signature solution, developed by eSync Training, an Adobe Connect authorized training partner and developer. One of the biggest game changers in speeding up business processes has been electronic signature technology – enabling documents to be signed securely and easily from anywhere, eliminating the time and costs involved in sending documents back and forth via overnight mail or fax.
Make Learning a Social and Mobile Experience – Introducing Adobe Experience Manager Communities for Learning
The way people consume content has changed dramatically in the course of the last few years. DVRs have taught us that we can expect to watch content when we want it, at the pace we want. Mobile devices have taught us that we can watch content in smaller, bite sized pieces, wherever we are located. Social networks have exponentially increased the number of individuals across which we can share information and recommendations. Yet, most of the corporate eLearning world remains in an environment where training is delivered top-down, in a we tell you what, when, and where to learn” type of fashion, chained to rigid Learning Management System software.