Carahsoft Adds Adobe Web Conferencing To GSA Schedule

Carahsoft Technology Corp. will offer updated web conferencing software on its General Services Administration schedule, the company announced Tuesday.

Agencies use Adobe Connect 9 to set up meetings, eLearning and webinars on many devices.

Current Connect 8 users with existing annual maintenance can upgrade to version 9, scheduled for release during the third quarter of calendar year 2012.

Carahsoft has offered Adobe’s Connect product line to federal, state and local agencies since 2005.

According to Carahsoft, the new version includes updates for mobile learning, engagement tracking and learner onboarding.

The new version also offers agencies collaboration between mobile devices that was once only available on desktop systems, Carahsoft said.

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