We’re thrilled to announce our newest free product offering – Adobe Connect Meetings for three participants. Beginning today, customers can sign up and instantly receive an Adobe Connect Meeting room at no cost. These persistent virtual offices will empower you and your teams to increase deep collaboration and spur rapid productivity.
By finding more ways to deliver courses electronically, the University of Arizona (UA) broadens the reach of its educational opportunities. The UA currently offers nearly 70 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs and its learning management system (LMS) holds more than 4,300 courses (15% of its total catalog) used by the university’s 19 colleges.
The planning, production, and analysis of a large-scale program can be a grueling process. That being said, as with most large projects, breaking the requirements down in to manageable chunks is an important first step to helping ensure success.
There’s no denying it: where we work is changing, how we work is changing, and when we work is changing. Adobe Connect’s focus on enabling asynchronous collaboration experiences helps the modern employee effectively overcome these challenges. You may be asking yourself what exactly does it mean to work asynchronously? The explanation is relatively simple, with the main point being that simultaneous presence of an entire team need not be a prerequisite to deep collaboration.
Adobe Connect is honored to receive Leader status in the recently released InFlow Analysis Market Compass for Webinar Providers 2016 report. InFlow Analysis evaluates vendors on scale, performance and price. We feel this report awards our continued focus on advanced web conferencing use cases like webinars to support marketing, training and corporate communications teams.
According to the Training Magazine’s 2015 Industry Report, only 46% of training is now delivered in a traditional classroom setting by a stand-and-deliver instructor, a significant decrease over the past 15 years.