A common misconception about IT is that we enjoy saying no. That when a user asks if they can have a particular application, before even hearing what that application is, we have already decided that we are going to say no. If you ask me who is to blame and where it all started, one word , Solitaire. Origins of this misconception aside I am going to make a bold statement, IT does not enjoy saying no.
Our employers entrust us with the responsibility of making sure our users can access what they need, when they need it, but in a secure manor. Companies take different approaches and adopt different standards to accomplish this.
Adobe Creative Cloud offers all the tools and assets your designers and creatives need to create amazing work across desktop and mobile devices. With a user’s Creative Profile, brushes, graphics, text styles, assets and more are instantly accessible across desktop and mobile apps and between creatives working together. This kind of connected, ubiquitous design environment has enormous benefits for the creation of content – yet many enterprise organizations face real challenges in adopting cloud-based solutions that interact with and store critical design content and intellectual properly.
Adobe is investigating alternative deployment options for Creative Cloud for enterprise customers that better address the security, network infrastructure, and management needs of large organizations. Potential solutions include deployment of some or all of the Creative Cloud infrastructure in a hybrid cloud or managed service model – and your input on some technical and policy questions will help us understand key concerns around these kinds of delivery models.
We really hope that you can take the time to provide feedback via the survey below. It is important to us that as we investigate alternative options, that the voice of IT across different segments is represented.
Karl Gibson | Product Manager | Enterprise IT Tools