Technology – whether for consumers, government, business or defense – is rapidly evolving. What we consider ground-breaking today may be completely obsolete in two years, and products we can’t even dream of using could be the norm in five years. Keeping up with – and even setting – the pace is one of the challenges that face technology companies every day.
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As the infographic below shows, conservatives and liberals agree that more funding is needed to improve digital government tools, and 75 percent of voters are more likely to support candidates who champion investing in digital tools over candidates who don’t.
Last night, Barry Leffew, Vice President of Adobe Public Sector, was honored at the FedScoop 50 Awards Reception as a winner in the Industry Leadership category. This award was given to recognize Barry’s leadership at Adobe, and his contribution as a valued, innovative partner to the federal community.
In July, Adobe Experience Manager and Connect Managed Services received FedRAMP Authorization for its Cloud Services for Government. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) granted Adobe an Authority to Operate (ATO) for these specific cloud services run by Adobe Managed Services.
dobe is well known for our PDF forms capabilities and the LiveCycle platform that has made it possible to deliver and integrate enterprise document solutions with our customers’ back-end systems. While PDF form capabilities and LiveCycle have matured, many organizations find themselves facing new challenges, serving an increasingly mobile and Web-centric world. Consumers, citizens, and patients expect the same engaging experience in their business transactions that they enjoy in their day-to-day e-commerce Web interactions.
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