Jan 19, 2015 /

Deploying Adobe CC Applications in Secure/Offline Environments

Air-gapped. Air-walled. Classified. Compartmentalized. Controlled. Offline. Secure. Does this describe a Government network that you or your clients operate within? If so, you’ve probably asked yourself how Adobe’s Creative Cloud software can be activated, deployed, maintained, updated and tracked on networks like yours.

Dec 1, 2014 /

What’s Next in Digital Communications for Government?

So what’s next for digital communications in government? First and foremost is tools. Digital cross-channel tools are increasingly important to government…

Nov 16, 2014 /

Government Communicators: What Keeps you up at Night?

In last week’s blog we discussed the results of our 2014 Government Communicators Survey, in particular the dramatic shifts occuring in the world…

Nov 7, 2014 /

The Current Communications Landscape for Government Communicators

Adobe recently conducted the 2014 Government Communicators Survey with our partners, the National Association of Government Communicators…

Nov 7, 2014 /

2014 Government Communicators Survey Finds Need for Government to Improve Digital Communications

Government departments and agencies face a unique set of challenges in keeping up with cutting edge communications technologies while adhering…

Sep 30, 2014 /

Does Creativity Drive Success In Government?

Across Government IT leadership these days, the high-level focus has definitively shifted to address the three new basic commodities of the Information Age: Mobile, Social and Cloud. The explosive growth of connected citizens, social networking, mobile web browsing and cloud storage availability has challenged Government agencies to fundamentally redefine and re-architect services that were previously unimaginable or even nonexistent.