Collaborate across firewalls on virtually any device, including iOS, Android, BlackBerry PlayBook, as well as across desktop platforms with no client downloads for participants.
Fully host, present, and collaborate on virtually any mobile device - including iOS, Android, and BlackBerry PlayBook. Begin and end meetings, advance slides and control animations, share documents and other media-rich content, take shared notes, run polls, and drive meetings with active tools and pods.
Be confident that invitees will be able to join your meetings easily, without needing an additional download. Adobe Flash® Player software is already installed on virtually all Internet-connected computers.
Allow even first-time users to actively participate in meetings without training. Adobe Connect makes sophisticated capabilities visible to users as they need them, reducing the potential for confusion when attempting simple tasks.
Adobe Connect enables you to provide rich multimedia experiences for participants, with integrated audio and video conferencing. Unlimited webcam streams at DVD quality, integration with video teleconferencing systems, and the ability to share rich media without requiring any codec or player downloads, ensure that you can meet face-to-face and deliver your ideas most effectively.
Enable participants to share unlimited webcam video streams into meetings at DVD quality with active speaker indication, to truly collaborate face-to-face with all participants.
Share a variety of content types including animated presentations, images, audio, video, and more. Because anyone in your meeting is already using Adobe Flash Player, attendees can view any content without additional plug-ins.
Leverage existing investments and integrate with existing video teleconferencing systems supporting SIP/H.264 (Tandberg, Polycom, PictureTel, others), and bring in-room video streams directly into web meetings.
Manage meetings far more effectively leveraging meeting environments, content, and URLs that persist even when your meeting ends. Create your own customized URLs for your digital meetings. Leverage templates to quickly create additional meeting rooms and use them for specific types of meetings. Completely brand the environment, and securely store all of your files, documents, layouts and notes in a persistent manner – where they will stay exactly as you last left them at the end of the day, ready for immediate reuse at any time.
Set up any number of individual meeting rooms and store work-in-process in each room so that teams can pick up immediately where they left off. Users define their own persistent URLs for meeting rooms, rather than using complicated system-generated URLs.
Conduct content preparation, whiteboarding, private chat, and layout customization with multiple presenters before and during meetings. A special presenter-only area allows sharing of content that cannot be seen by other participants.
Activate rich, functional "pods" as needed during meetings. Standard pods include attendee, share, note, video, file share, whiteboard, web links, poll, and Q&A pods. Organizations can create custom pods as well.
Use standard meeting room templates or adjust the meeting environment to suit your specific needs. Hosts can add, delete, move, or resize meeting "pods" as needed in seconds before meetings and in real time during meetings.
Provide single-click URL access to log-in screens for attendees inside and outside of your firewall. Hosts can manage a full range of participant meeting privileges in real time, including such aspects as roles, sharing, chatting, and submitting questions.
Within meetings, create multiple breakout rooms, each with its own private VoIP or telephone conference call. Customize rooms or use default templates and easily monitor breakout sessions, move between rooms, or broadcast messages to participants across room boundaries.
Choose the industry-leading solution most often selected by organizations requiring the strictest security controls, including the U.S. Department of Defense. Advanced security, compliance, and privacy controls are available to address nearly any collaboration need, as well as support for Section 508 accessibility standards.
Select from hosted, on-premise, or managed service deployment options. With our managed offering, we manage an exclusive instance of Adobe Connect for your organization. With both on-premise and managed service, organizations can implement additional security controls.
Protect sensitive data and manage communication flows with robust security features. Disable undesired functionality, define which applications can be shared, and control access to meeting rooms. SSL encryption provides real-time protection during meetings, on-demand playback, and system upgrades.
Manage users with your organization's LDAP server. With on-premise and managed service deployments, the easy-to-use administration console enables you to configure LDAP server details, authentication methods, and advanced settings, such as timeouts and query page-size limits.
Manage password policies in a way that is consistent with industry best practices. Administrators can align Adobe Connect solutions with their existing security policies.
Safeguard, store, and track electronic communications to help ensure compliance with internal policies, as well as with government regulations. Enable forced recordings of all meetings, save chat transcripts, and display notices and disclaimers to all meeting participants.
Enjoy an interface that makes it easier for visually and hearing impaired individuals to participate in meetings. The UI is completely navigable by keyboard, is friendly to screen readers, and supports hot keys for important functionality. A real-time captioning extension is also available.
Adobe Connect integrates readily with your existing systems, from learning management systems to your communications infrastructure, (including audio, email, IM, chat, video teleconferencing, and VoIP). Bring together existing communications infrastructure to enable unified communications across existing investments. Extend capabilities leveraging an SDK to easily create new capabilities that address specific use cases.
Leverage your existing investments in video conferencing solutions including Tandberg, Polycom, and PictureTel by integrating with video telephony devices supporting SIP/H.264. Meeting hosts can now bring live audio/video broadcast streams into Adobe Connect meeting rooms.
Use Universal Voice to integrate Adobe Connect with virtually any audio provider or teleconferencing platform for richer audio experiences and increased cost effectiveness. Advanced audio capabilities are available via premiere partners PGi and InterCall as well as Avaya, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, and MeetingOne.
Easily schedule, start, and join Adobe Connect meetings from your Microsoft Outlook or IBM Lotus Notes email and calendar. Use integrated address books, availability lookup, and recurrence features for increased efficiency and productivity.
As a meeting host, see a list of invitees and their presence on Microsoft Live Communications Server (LCS) and Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS). Initiate chat conversations with LCS or OCS instant message users directly from within Adobe Connect.
Use extensive Adobe-provided APIs to customize Adobe Connect and integrate web communication capabilities with your organization's application network, including integration with portals, reporting applications, CRM systems, and content management systems.
Write to more than 100 Adobe Connect Server APIs to customize the user interface, add security features, or otherwise extend functionality. Use the Adobe Connect Meeting SDK to easily access the technology-agnostic XML API to write your own extensions.
Since Adobe Connect is based on ActionScript® 3.0, you can now tap into a community of over one million Flex developers to quickly build extensions to Adobe Connect core functionality.
Enterprises, government agencies, and other large organizations work with customers, suppliers, partners, and employees that are geographically distributed. They need to be able to collaborate reliably with hundreds or even thousands of individuals in real time. Adobe Connect is based on a robust and flexible architecture that delivers high performance while efficiently scaling to grow with the needs of your business.
Take advantage of support for single‐server or clustered environments, providing reliable, redundant deployment for organizations that must support thousands of concurrent users. The system has been architected to scale to support tens of thousands of registered users.
With on-premise Adobe Connect deployments, much of the network load occurs on internal systems, reducing network traffic and associated costs. In addition, Adobe Connect Edge Servers can reduce bandwidth requirements and improve delivery for groups in remote locations.
Collect usage information by minutes, rooms, training objects, storage, logins, and other parameters. Configure cost centers and apply usage charges to hosts, individuals, meetings, or any group you define.
Configure your Adobe Connect system to automatically notify system administrators when usage approaches your license threshold. Define warnings, notifications, and email alerts. Report on system usage and license capacity.
Provide rich-media collaboration in virtualized environments with support for Citrix XenApp 6. Organizations can deploy rich, engaging web conferencing software throughout the enterprise while enjoying the lower TCO and increased agility of thin-client virtualization.
Record your meetings, edit them, and republish to the content library for widespread on-demand access. Enable viewers to quickly skip to the most relevant information with automatic indexing of your recording. Deliver focused recordings by editing content and indexes, anonymizing participants, and hiding specific meeting functionality. Formalize training around your recordings with Adobe Connect for eLearning.
Enable viewers to quickly skip to the most relevant information with automatic indexing of your recording. Deliver focused recordings by editing content and indexes, making participants anonymous, and hiding specific meeting functionality.
Store rich media content and metadata – including PowerPoint presentations, FLV, PDF, and more – in the online content library. Users can access, manage, and download content from a centralized location. Control access to confidential information with folder and security management tools.
Not everyone can make it to every meeting. Record meetings for later viewing that retain live meeting functionality, allowing viewing of the attendee list, access to downloadable content, and more.