Citizens expect real-time encounters with agencies and they want their apps to understand and even to anticipate their needs in a secure environment. They are becoming less and less tolerant of simple, static apps and lackluster mobile versions of public sector websites.
Along with our yearly rollout of Adobe Experience Manager, this week we’re announcing three new enhancements to the Adobe Experience Manager Assets, all focused on digital asset management (DAM) and dynamic media delivery for customer experiences.
Gathering and analyzing data is an emerging field that has huge promise for businesses and governments. This week, Adobe released Contribution Analysis, a great tool to help employees (who aren’t experts in the field of data science) understand and manage data.
This week, I’m out in Salt Lake City for the annual Adobe Summit, meeting with partners, employees and debuting the latest and greatest in Adobe solutions.
Way back in September 2003, Adobe launched the Creative Suite line of applications. The very first premium edition included just nine products. Since then (about every two years) the CS collection has evolved.
Anyone who has ever played a video game may recall the health warning that accompanies it. The notice to would-be gamers states that the experience may cause the following symptoms: dizziness, altered vision, eye or muscle twitching, involuntary movements, loss of awareness, disorientation, or convulsions. Coincidentally, these symptoms are very similar to the reactions by many when they hear the words “cloud computing.”