In the recent years the use of Web conferencing solutions has enhanced customer support and network security for secure data communications in companies. The updated version of Web conferencing software from Adobe (News - Alert) is ready to serve enterprises and government agencies worldwide. It is Adobe Connect 9.
According to a press release, it offers an all-in-one solution for producing webinars, as well as innovations in mobile-to-mobile collaboration and mobile learning.
Adobe Connect 9 is expected to be available for businesses on an on-premise basis and begin rollout on a hosted basis in calendar Q3 2012.
Arun Anantharaman, vice president and general manager for Adobe, comments, “Web conferencing is now mainstream and mission-critical across enterprises and government agencies, with organizations counting on it for training, employee collaboration and citizen engagement. In parallel, the ability to collaborate from mobile devices is becoming an imperative. Adobe Connect 9 supports forward-looking organizations by offering a unified solution for rich webinars, eLearning, and Web meetings anytime, anywhere and on any device.”
Adobe Connect 9 enables quick creation of landing pages, speaker information, registration pages and login pages. It can make templates that can be used to create rich components, including images, tables, charts and carousels.
Equipped with a color-coded meter, Adobe Connect 9 can monitor event engagement in real time. It is capable of developing standard or custom e-mail templates with easily using new drag-and-drop capabilities. It enables event organizers to analyze participant engagement and identify the most effective meeting elements and topics.
It offers greater flexibility in presenting from mobile devices, leveraging whiteboard and annotation tools and the ability to share documents from tablets, as well as the cloud.
In other company news, TMCnet reported that Adobe Systems Inc. released a report which says that there is increased viewer acceptance of TV-like ad experiences on the Web.
Edited by Brooke Neuman