Compare Adobe Connect vs. Microsoft Office Communications Server

Adobe Connect is ranked 8th in Web Conferencing with 2 reviews while Microsoft Office Communications Server is ranked 20th in Web Conferencing. Adobe Connect is rated 9.0, while Microsoft Office Communications Server is rated 0. The top reviewer of Adobe Connect writes "Eliminates travel costs and reduces time for instructor-led training courses". On the other hand, Adobe Connect is most compared with Webex, Zoom and Blackboard, whereas Microsoft Office Communications Server is most compared with Adobe Connect, TeamViewer and 3CX.
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Overview
Communicate your ideas powerfully using Adobe Connect web conferencing software. Securely share presentations and multimedia right from your desktop, and get feedback from hundreds of participants - all using a web browser and the Adobe Flash Player runtime, already installed on 98% of Internet-connected personal computers.

Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Management API suite provides a set of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes used to manage and support an Office Communications Server deployment, as well as any managed code and Microsoft SIP Processing Language applications installed on it. Office Communications Server offers a Standard Edition and an Enterprise Edition:

  • Standard Edition is designed for use in small or medium-sized organizations. Standard Edition is also recommended for organizations that do not require the performance, scalability, and high availability that Enterprise Edition provides.
  • Enterprise Edition is designed for large-scale deployments that are typical of large organizations. In an Enterprise Edition deployment, multiple Office Communications Server Enterprise Edition servers are deployed as a pool behind a load balancer. Servers in the pool share a central Microsoft SQL Server database that stores user data.
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Blue Sky Broadcast, Wiley and Georgetown University, New South Wales (NSW) Schools, BMO Financial Group, The Ministry of Education, Church, Culture & Gender Equality in Greenland, HealthSTAR Communications, IDEXX Laboratories, Philips HealthcareAruba Networks, Senelec, QNet Limited, New Belgium Brewing Company, ETA a.s., YES Prep Public Schools, Del Monte Foods, CDW, Tieto Corporation
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