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Creative Cloud

Jul 27, 2017



What You Need to Know About the Move Towards Named User Deployment

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Jul 25, 2017



Manage Identities & Creative Cloud Entitlements with the Admin Console

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Apr 26, 2017



Create custom packages in the Enterprise console

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Sep 9, 2016



The age old question. Buffet or set menu ?

Let me set the scene for a moment. We are in casa Gibson. Now I know that you are probably picturing some picturesque castle or thatched cottage on the foothills of some rolling green Irish mountain. Perhaps your vision is temporarily interrupted by the livestock crossing your field of vision. But alas my attempts to convince Adobe to allow me to work from such a scenic remote location (using a 56k modem) have not come to fruition.

Oct 1, 2015



CCP 1.9.2 is now live and I am trying to recover from MacSysAdmin

I have my feet firmly back on Irish soil after a few great days at MacSysAdmin in Gothenburg. I must say it is a very unique and engaging conference. The level of knowledge on display is quite impressive and that very much extended to working with Adobe products.

Jul 21, 2015



Major Milestone- Cloud Packaging has arrived

Lately posts have been a little thin. This past year the team has been heads down, focused on a new initiative that I’m excited to share with you.

Jun 23, 2015



Major enhancements to Creative Cloud for enterprise

Guest Blogger: Amy Redell | Senior Product Marketing Manager
Last week, Adobe announced major enhancements to Creative Cloud for enterprise.

May 22, 2014



Identity – We all have one, even Jason Bourne !

The Creative Cloud brings many advantages to Creative Professionals. The applications are as always, the focal point of this value but we have also added tremendous value via the services such as Storage, Behance, Typekit etc. Access to these services has thus far remained elusive for our Creative Cloud Enterprise customers due to the fact that in order to use a service you need to have an identity.