CS5 and Absolute Webinar -March 1

Our deployment partners and friends at Absolute who make the cross-platform and now multi-device management solution Manage (formerly LANRev) will be co-hosting a webinar next week with us called “Simplify Adobe Creative Suite 5 Deployment using the Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition and Absolute Manage” or SACS5DUTAAMEEAAM for short. If you have Googled SACS5DUTAAMEEAAM and have accidentally found your way to this blog post, please take off your mittens while you type or if you are my cat and are walking across my laptop keyboard again please stop it and get off the table.

Please join us on Tuesday!

Simplify Adobe Creative Suite 5 Deployment using the Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition and Absolute Manage
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT
http://www.adobevents.com/eSeminars/Absolute/invite.html

There are also interesting webinars coming up of interest to the IT community including “Adobe Acrobat X Deployment” on March 15. You can see all the upcoming webinars and sign up at:

http://www.adobevents.com/eSeminars/2011/invite.html

Jody Rodgers | Senior Product Manager | Enterprise & Volume | Creative Suite

One Response to CS5 and Absolute Webinar -March 1

  1. Per Olofsson says:

    Great timing, we’ll start deploying CS5 with Absolute Manage starting the week after next. Unfortunately your registration form is more or less impossible to fill out correctly:

    “State”: Not a great idea to have this as a required field when you have customers outside of north america. There’s also no way to enter a country.

    “How many units/licenses do you require?”: Umm, of what exactly? Do I need a license for the webinar? Or AAMEE? SACS5DUTAAMEEAAM? CS5 (in that case I’ll take 5, but I’m assuming you won’t be handing those out…)?

    “What is your time frame to implement a new business solution?”: I’m going to pick OVER ONE YEAR, in all caps, as that sounded the most awesome.

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