Adobe beefs up Connect 9 webinar app

Summary:Adobe Connect 9 is touted as an all-in-one platform for the development and delivery of online events, with the latest version of the software adding more analytics tools

Adobe is gearing up to launch the next version of its web conferencing software, this time with a particular focus on mobile devices.

Adobe Connect 9

Adobe Connect 9 is touted as an all-in-one platform for the development and delivery of online, interactive events. Image credit: Adobe

Targeted towards the government and enterprise sets, Adobe Connect 9 is touted as an all-in-one platform for the development and delivery of online, interactive events that can support up to 1,500 participants.

Adobe is also paying closer attention to analytics with this release. Connect 9 will support the turnaround of real-time data of program marketing results and performance so that event organisers can determine which events and features were engaging — and which weren't — in a much more rapid fashion. That could offer organisers the opportunity to change events around as they are ongoing to ensure better productivity and business results.

For more on this ZDNet UK-selected story, see Adobe Connect 9 zeroes in on webinars, mobile collaboration on ZDNet.com.


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Topics: Apps, Software Development

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