Adobe in Leaders Quadrant of Top Analyst Web Conferencing Report

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Because of the H1N1 virus outbreak, most public sector agencies in Malaysia – and probably people in many company operations also - have been advised to avoid (if possible) official events or gatherings for the next few weeks.

It’s a timely moment to remind people in government, business, and education, that Web conferencing provides an alternative way for people to get together. For example, Adobe® Acrobat® Connect Pro enterprise Web conferencing solution enables live, interactive Web meetings, virtual classes, on-demand presentations and courses and group collaboration.

Connect Pro is unique in the marketplace as it avoids the technology hurdles found in other Web conferencing solutions, while providing the richest online experience available for highly-dispersed workforces, business partners, customers and students.

Adobe today announced that Gartner, Inc. has positioned Adobe in the Leaders Quadrant of its 2009 “Magic Quadrant for Web Conferencing” research report. Connect Pro runs on Adobe Flash® Player software, which unlike any other member of the Leaders Quadrant, is installed on more than 98 percent of Internet-enabled desktops.

This allows easy access for participants even in lock-down environments or external-facing meetings, enabling organizations to effectively share a wide range of content, including slides, live and recorded video, Adobe Flash Player compatible content, live screen sharing, application sharing, audio and multiuser text chat. In addition, Connect Pro can help enterprises and government organizations meet demanding security and customization requirements with flexible deployment options.

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