The new Adobe Connect Central homepage redesign not only provides a more accessible view of the content (Flash is no longer required on the homepage), but provides additional opportunities to filter and find your Adobe Connect meetings and learning content.
Today we announced, with the support of many of our technology partners including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla, that Adobe plans to end-of-life the Flash Player by the end of 2020. The significant progress that has been made on the open web in terms of standards, capabilities, and maturity makes us feel confident that they will ultimately provide a viable alternative for Flash content in the browser moving forward.
Adobe Connect has been at the forefront of enabling impactful web collaboration for over fourteen years. Helping geographically dispersed teams, knowledge workers and educators spread information, gain new skills and complete complex tasks are core to what drives us to advance the product.
Today Adobe launches a new online purchasing experience for Adobe Connect, servicing most countries in the North American, European, Middle Eastern and African markets.
Over the past several months significant speculation has been brewing around the influence HTML5 and WebRTC might have on the web conferencing space.
Breakout rooms have always been a powerful feature in Adobe Connect meetings and classrooms. The ability to break a large group of participants up into smaller groups to work on problems, brainstorm, or develop ideas has long been a key feature of our platform.