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Kumar Vora, VP and GM of our LiveCycle business, was recently interviewed about cloud computing and government on Focus Washington TechView. The video includes conversation on government challenges that cloud computing can help address, as well as potential security and privacy concerns of this newer approach and technologies available to address them.
Adobe is heavily investing in online tools to make LiveCycle developers and partners more productive. The Adobe Partner Portal underwent a facelift with many improvements in usability as well as more content. Now you can also see the upgrade to the Adobe LiveCycle Developer Center. The new layout and content makes it much easier to get involved and learn about LiveCycle.
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Rob Tarkoff, SVP and GM of the Business Productivity Business Unit, addressed the Enterprise community on November 3rd at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in San Francisco. The conference explores the integration of Web 2.0 and social business technologies in the enterprise.
In his keynote address “The Customer-Driven Enterprise,” Rob challenged the community with how enterprise software today is failing to deliver engaging customer experiences. He talked about Adobe’s vision for transforming customer interactions and presented a healthcare vision demo to make this real for the audience.
Needless to say, Rob gave the entire community something to think about.
Adobe Flash Platform is increasingly adding new services that allow you to build rch Enterprise Applications. The Flash Platform Services make it possible to add collaboration features, distribution features and options that allow you to sell AIR applications using try & buy functionality.
Adobe will likely become the first vendor to offer cloud-based component collaboration services that can be integrated into business applications. For example, an enterprise could create a training tool for sales agents where the students act as customers to help each other improve skills for customer interaction and upselling.
For the full report follow this link: http://www.gartner.com/resources/171800/171891/adobes_new_collaboration_ser_171891.pdf
If you are a registered Adobe Solution Partner located in Europe, Middle East or Africa you should consider attending the Adobe EMEA Partner Summits scheduled in January 2010.