Shortly ago today, Adobe announced Adobe Connect 8, the latest version of the company’s web conferencing solution for enterprise and government. We sat down with Peter Ryce, evangelist for the product, to get his perspective on the new release and how Adobe Connect is used by government agencies.
0:02 – Peter’s responsibilities and background
0:40 – Adobe Connect 8: what drove development; some of the new capabilities
2:20 – Adobe Connect in Government, including how agencies use it today
You can follow the Adobe Connect team on twitter @AdobeConnect and check out their blog here.
Earlier today, Adobe announced the next version of our Acrobat family, Acrobat X. We sat down with long-time Adobe veteran Rick Brown, who runs product management for Acrobat, to get his perspective on the new release and how the software is used by government agencies.
0:03 – Rick’s responsibilities and background
0:45 – Acrobat X: what drove development; some of the new capabilities
2:50 – Acrobat in Government, including how agencies use it today
You can follow the Acrobat team on twitter @acrobat, and check out their blog here.
In case you missed it, GovTech and Adobe recently ran an eSeminar highlighting how government agencies are attacking the transparency challenge by providing key information to the public through some pretty engaging experiences. The recording is available here.
The presenters share specific examples of government websites and review how three departments have used Adobe technologies to make their sites more engaging. Examples include: