Adobe® Connect™ for Web Meetings enables you to go beyond screen sharing and collaborate or meet far more effectively with colleagues, partners, and customers - anytime, anywhere, on virtually any device.
Collaborate across firewalls on virtually any device, including iOS, Android, and BlackBerry PlayBook, as well as the desktop with no client downloads for participants.
Drive effective collaboration directly from your mobile device, with nearly all of the hosting and collaboration capabilities on the desktop tailored for mobile use.
Create your own customized, always-on URL for your digital meetings, brand the environment, and securely store all of your files, documents, layouts and notes in a persistent manner.
Record your meetings and republish to the content library for widespread on-demand access. Formalize training around your recordings with Adobe Connect for eLearning.
Integrate with and bring together existing communications infrastructure to enable unified communications across existing investments.
Choose the industry-leading solution most often selected by organizations requiring the strictest security controls, including the U.S. Department of Defense.
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.
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.
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.